Texas Supreme Court halts expansion of mail-in voting amid COVID-19 pandemic

Texas Supreme Court halts expansion of mail-in voting amid COVID-19 pandemic

Texas Supreme Court, on Friday, halted the expansion of mail-in voting in the state during the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision came after Texas AG Ken Paxton asked the court to take action. Paxton argued that large-scale mail-in voting would lead to rampant voter fraud and corruption. The court has set oral arguments in the case for Wednesday.

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Dipshit Don Sarcasm
Dipshit Don Sarcasm 1 weeks

Of course they'd stop it, Voter suppression is the first rule in the Republican playbook.

flinx101
flinx101 1 weeks

Orange man bad! Creepy old pedo good!

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