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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon4/24/20 11:00 AM 
To: Len (AryehLeib613)  (19 of 1290) 
 9605.19 in reply to 9605.18 

       The two can work together, with mail-in ballots being harvested, and even dropped off, and potentially tampered with. Another thing about harvesting is that a group can harvest only those ballots they think would vote their way, and ignore the rest. That can turn an election away from a vote of the people, and a vote of the best harvesters. In the last election, in Orange County, California, Republicans were leading in the congressional polls in eight districts. The Dems harvested, and the Republicans were caught blindsided, and all eight seats were lost, turning the representation of primarily CONSERVATIVE Orange County entirely liberal. The practice should be illegal.

 
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From: Len (AryehLeib613)4/24/20 12:07 PM 
To: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon  (20 of 1290) 
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It should be illegal. The collectors are unsupervised. They collect from non-voters and often fill them out themselves.

They talk to the "voters" and toss those not in their favor.

 

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon4/26/20 5:09 AM 
To: Len (AryehLeib613)  (21 of 1290) 
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April 26, 2020

        "There have been numerous cases across the country that should serve as a grave warning sign for the potential problems: ballot harvesting, ballots arriving late, ballots going to the wrong or old address, more than one ballot being delivered and bins of ballots that were never delivered."

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/04/21/ny-gop-warns-it-will-legally-challenge-cuomos-executive-order-mandating-mail-in-voting-at-every-level/

NY GOP Warns It Will ‘Legally Challenge’ Cuomo’s Executive Order Mandating Mail-In Voting at ‘Every Level’

The New York GOP is blasting Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) over reports of the governor preparing to issue an executive order mandating mail-in voting for the state’s June primary election, calling the anticipated move an “illegal and unconstitutional political power grab that will severely undermine the integrity of our elections” and warning that the GOP is prepared to “legally challenge it at every level,” should Cuomo proceed.

“Throughout this pandemic, I have worked in good faith with the Governor to make necessary adjustments to our electoral system to protect the safety of New Yorkers, but this executive action crosses a red line,” NY GOP Chairman Nick Langworthy said in a statement.

Langworthy said he has been open to supporting other measures — allowing New Yorkers to use the threat of the coronavirus to vote by absentee ballot —  to address bubbling concerns over the upcoming primary but said the risks of automatically mailing ballots, particularly without proper security measures in place, is far too risky and “most certainly invites fraud.”

He continued:

There have been numerous cases across the country that should serve as a grave warning sign for the potential problems: ballot harvesting, ballots arriving late, ballots going to the wrong or old address, more than one ballot being delivered and bins of ballots that were never delivered. I have spoken directly to Boards of Elections commissioners from across the state of New York who oppose this order and characterize it as an impossible task.

“The ‘never let a crisis go to waste’ mentality has permeated the Governor’s office and Cuomo is using this pandemic as a reason to expand his powers and force his political agenda through,” he added, warning that the GOP will be ready to “legally challenge” the decision at every level, should Cuomo proceed with the order.

Reports surfaced on Monday afternoon indicating Cuomo’s intention of authorizing the automatic sending out of ballots for the election — a change from the recent expansion of absentee voting, which still requires a voter to request a ballot.

Progressive leaders across the board have used the coronavirus pandemic to promote their vision for universal mail-in voting. Far-left “Squad” members — Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) — believe the next coronavirus relief package must include a vote-by-mail requirement, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has signaled that she is on the same page.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon4/28/20 8:10 AM 
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April 28, 2020

         “There have been numerous cases across the country that should serve as a grave warning sign for the potential problems: ballot harvesting, ballots arriving late, ballots going to the wrong or old address, more than one ballot being delivered and bins of ballots that were never delivered. I have spoken directly to Boards of Elections commissioners from across the state of New York who oppose this order and characterize it as an impossible task.”

          There more there is of vote tampering, the less there is of democracy.

https://www.breitbart.com/health/2020/04/25/andrew-cuomo-orders-postage-paid-absentee-ballot-applications-sent-every-new-york-voter/

Andrew Cuomo Orders Postage-Paid Absentee Ballot Applications Sent to Every New York Voter

Election officials will automatically mail New Yorkers a postage-paid absentee ballot application during the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said Friday.

“We’re making great progress to flatten the curve and decrease the spread of infection, but we don’t know when this pandemic will end and we can’t put democracy on hold,” he stated.

“I am issuing an Executive Order to ensure every New York voter automatically receives a postage-paid application for an absentee ballot because no New Yorker should have to choose between their health and their right to vote,” the governor continued.

Recently, Cuomo also issued an executive order allowing residents to vote absentee in the June 23 primary election, the announcement noted.

However, the New York GOP called the move an “illegal and unconstitutional political power grab that will severely undermine the integrity of our elections,” according to Breitbart News.

“The ‘never let a crisis go to waste’ mentality has permeated the Governor’s office and Cuomo is using this pandemic as a reason to expand his powers and force his political agenda through,” said chairman Nick Langworthy.

He continued:

There have been numerous cases across the country that should serve as a grave warning sign for the potential problems: ballot harvesting, ballots arriving late, ballots going to the wrong or old address, more than one ballot being delivered and bins of ballots that were never delivered. I have spoken directly to Boards of Elections commissioners from across the state of New York who oppose this order and characterize it as an impossible task.

Langworthy also warned that the New York GOP was ready to “legally challenge” Cuomo’s decision at every level.

Nearly 30 million mail-in ballots sent to registered voters went missing in the last four election cycles dating back to 2012, Breitbart News reported.

“In 2012, for instance, more than 33 million mail-in ballots were sent to registered voters. Of those, nearly four million went missing, more than 425,000 were undeliverable, and almost 260,000 were rejected,” the article read.

In a statement, Public Legal Interest Foundation (PILF) President J. Christian Adams called vote-by-mail a “disaster.”

“People who think it works haven’t studied the failures. The facts show mail voting doesn’t work,” he concluded.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/1/20 4:19 AM 
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May 1, 2020

          "One of the things we saw was that people would come to your house and talk to you about the campaign, and the next thing you know, they’re at the kitchen table, coercing the homeowner to give up the privacy of their ballot, and being told how to vote. A lot of people who aren’t strong-willed tend to get annealed to that kind of pressure. They’ll pick up the ballot, and they’ll mail it. They have even done things and opened ballots, and scratched out the way it was marked, and vote for somebody else. A case like that, I prosecuted.”

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/04/29/fmr-ag-jeff-sessions-vote-by-mail-a-huge-threat-to-democracy-theyll-pass-this-over-my-dead-political-body/

Fmr AG Jeff Sessions: Vote-by-Mail a ‘Huge Threat to Democracy’ — ‘They’ll Pass This Over My Dead Political Body’

Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions argues if the push to use federal power to require voting by mail as an election offering is successful, it could threaten democracy in the United States.

During a telephone town hall with the Tuscaloosa County, AL Republican Party, Sessions, a candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama, explained how changing the election process would be a deviation from American traditions.

“That is a huge threat to democracy,” he said. “It is unthinkable that Congress would agree to such a demand, and if they stand firm, the Democrats will have to back down, for sure. Only if they weakened, could that be successful. Look, historically Election Day was a day that in every hamlet, village, farm and city people went to a polling place on the same day and they cast ballots. Then people decided if you were sick or if you were out of town, you should be able to vote absentee ballot.”

“The ideal of all of the nation gathering on a given day to decide the future of elected official is an important American value,” Sessions continued. “What the Democrats would do, ideally they’re saying they want to close polling places and send out ballots by mail. So, if your brother Billy is not here, or your mother passed away, or somebody has dementia — these ballots can be sent to a home, and anybody can cast them and send them in. People can intercept ballots if they are voting for someone who is not legal.”

Sessions, who also served as a U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama during the Reagan administration, explained that he had once prosecuted election fraud cases involving absentee ballot and was aware of the risks of having voting take place outside of a precinct.

“Another danger that I saw in Alabama — and I prosecuted voter fraud cases in Alabama,” Sessions explained. “One of the things we saw was that people would come to your house and talk to you about the campaign, and the next thing you know, they’re at the kitchen table, coercing the homeowner to give up the privacy of their ballot, and being told how to vote. A lot of people who aren’t strong-willed tend to get annealed to that kind of pressure. They’ll pick up the ballot, and they’ll mail it. They have even done things and opened ballots, and scratched out the way it was marked, and vote for somebody else. A case like that, I prosecuted.”

He insisted that if he is elected to the U.S. Senate in November, he will fight against any move to make vote-by-mail a reality.

“These are the kind of things that are a danger and is not good,” he added. “and we’ve already got concerns about the integrity of our ballots. This would be going in the exact wrong direction. Now you can vote absentee, but you have to be sick or out of town — basically, the main reason to vote absentee. If I’m in the Senate, they’ll pass this over my dead political body. I’m telling you — this is a fight that cannot be lost, and must not be lost.”

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/11/20 10:27 AM 
To: All  (24 of 1290) 
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May 11, 2020

          "Indeed, ballot harvesting is seen as the political equivalent of a wonder-weapon—that is a weapon of victory for Democrats and a weapon of defeat for Republicans."

https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/05/09/pinkerton-california-to-mail-out-21-million-ballots-what-could-go-wrong/

Pinkerton: California to Mail Out 21 Million Ballots. What Could Go Wrong?

The Los Angeles Times headline read, “California voters asked to vote by mail in November due to coronavirus fears.”...That same day, the headline atop Breitbart News read, “California: Gavin Newsom Orders Cheat-by-Mail for November Election.”

Both articles agreed on this much: California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, has ordered that ballots be mailed to the state’s 20.6 million voters for the November election, even as he is restricting voting in person. In other words, the goal of Newsom, a Democrat, is to make it harder to vote in person; instead, he wants Californians to vote-by-mail (VBM). Beyond that, the two articles diverged: The Times was cheery about the VBM development. It quoted California’s secretary of state, Alex Padilla, the state’s chief elections officer, saying of Newsom’s decision, “It’s great for public health, it’s great for voting rights, it’s gonna be great for participation.”

By contrast, Breitbart News quoted Tim Murtaugh, spokesman for the Trump campaign, saying, “This is a thinly veiled political tactic by Gov. Newsom to undermine election security … a wide-open opportunity for fraud. California has a bad record on ensuring that people on the voting rolls still live at the same address, still reside in California, or are even still alive.” (In fact, Breitbart News has published scores of articles on “cheat by mail.”)

Just as readers faced a stark choice on what to read on May 8, so California voters will face a stark situation this November, when traditional voting will be utterly transformed. And of course, voting won’t just be changed in California—voting is being transformed in many states.

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So what’s going to happen when California mails out nearly 21 million ballots? The ballots will be sent to the mailing address of the registered voter, and according to California law, upon receipt of the ballot, the would-be voter has three options: a) fill it out and mail it back in; b) drop it off at a “voting center,” that being California’s new phrase to cover for its reduction in the number of physical polling places; or c), allow a third party, such as a partisan campaign worker, to mail it in or drop it off.

This last practice, the use of third parties to facilitate voting, is known as “vote harvesting,” or “ballot harvesting,” and it’s already legal in California. Indeed, the widespread application of the practice explains why votes—almost all of them, interestingly enough, Democrat votes—kept turning up in days after the 2018 midterm elections, when California Democrats picked up seven House seats. Indeed, ballot harvesting is seen as the political equivalent of a wonder-weapon—that is a weapon of victory for Democrats and a weapon of defeat for Republicans. The mega-question, of course, is whether or not VBM, plus ballot harvesting, will increase opportunities for vote fraud.

Vote Fraud - Here’s what MIT’s Election Lab has to say about VBM and vote fraud:

There are two major features of VBM that raise these concerns.  First, the ballot is cast outside the public eye, and thus the opportunities for coercion and voter impersonation are greater.  Second, the transmission path for VBM ballots is not as secure as traditional in-person ballots. These concerns relate both to ballots being intercepted and ballots being requested without the voter’s permission.

Continuing, MIT allows that, “even many scholars who argue that fraud is generally rare agree that fraud with VBM voting seems to be more frequent than with in-person voting.” 

The prospects of increased fraud should concern all Americans, of course—in both parties. And yet so far, it seems that only Republicans are concerned. As President Trump declared on March 30, speaking of Democrat efforts to put VBM provisions into the Covid-19 economic relief bill, “They had things—levels of voting that, if you ever agreed to it, you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again.”

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It’s not too hard to visualize some of the scenes wherein ballots will arrive: not just to homes and apartments, but also to nursing homes, homeless shelters, military bases—even jails. And then, too, it’s not hard to visualize the role played by ballot harvesters, as well as others operating along the whole length of the ballot “supply chain.” And so in California, whom should we trust to handle security for 21 million ballots, before, during, and after election day?...Oh, and one more thing: Once VBM is established, it won’t be long before we start moving to VBA—that is, Vote By App.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/13/20 7:45 AM 
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May 13, 2020

            "The plan guts voter ID requirements and witness signature requirements for mail-in voting. For instance, states would be effectively banned from requiring an ID from a registered voter requesting an absentee ballot. Likewise, states would be banned from requiring witness signatures on mail-in ballots — gutting the process used to trace voter fraud."

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/05/12/pelosi-coronavirus-plan-nationwide-mail-in-voting-ballot-harvesting-for-2020-election/

Pelosi Coronavirus Plan: Nationwide Mail-In Voting, Ballot Harvesting for 2020 Election

Voting by mail is routine in Washington, but not in much of the country. Photo: Jason Redmond/AFP via Getty Images

The House Democrats’ latest Chinese coronavirus relief package includes establishing mail-in voting for the 2020 presidential election and nationwide ballot harvesting, allowing political operatives to collect and deliver ballots.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) newest legislation is packed with an effort to deliver a ballot to every registered voter on the voter rolls and to nationally legalize the process known as ballot harvesting.

The plan would mandate mail-in voting during times of national emergencies, thus mailing ballots to every registered voter despite severe issues with the nation’s voter rolls. Since the 2012 election, for example, about 28.4 million mail-in ballots have gone missing.

Also included in the plan is the legalization of ballot harvesting, allowing political operatives to collect and deliver as many ballots as they want so long as they are not paid based on the number of ballots they deliver. This loophole still allows these operatives to be paid.

The plan guts voter ID requirements and witness signature requirements for mail-in voting. For instance, states would be effectively banned from requiring an ID from a registered voter requesting an absentee ballot. Likewise, states would be banned from requiring witness signatures on mail-in ballots — gutting the process used to trace voter fraud.

In North Carolina, prosecutors said they were able to trace voter fraud in a highly-contested congressional race by using the state’s requirement for witness signatures on mail-in ballots. The case revealed that more than 160 mail-in ballots were signed by the same political operatives.

States which allow voter registration when a resident obtains their driver’s license would be banned from requiring registrants to provide their entire Social Security Number — only mandating they provide their last four digits.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/15/20 3:31 AM 
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May 15, 2020

         "The result: Delayed election results, missing ballots, voters who may be unaware that their ballot was rejected, and arguments about voter suppression."

        We have seen numerous times that delayed election results are very important to Democrats. When Democrats are losing it gives them extra time to pull the needed votes "ex nihilo" (from nothing).

 
Rush to mail-in voting set to create bureaucratic nightmare

Demand for mail-in absentee ballots for the November election is set to create a strain on election administrators that results in a bureaucratic nightmare on Election Day. Due both to activists pushing for greater absentee voting and to the general population likely to be wary of going in public even after states lift social distancing restrictions, the sudden desire to change voting methods away from physical polling places creates a logistical challenge that may be insurmountable.

Five states already had total vote-by-mail systems before the coronavirus pandemic: Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order on Friday to send absentee ballots to every registered voter there for the November election, but the state already had high levels of mail-in absentee voting.

But many areas do not have the systems in place, or funds available, to accommodate an increase in absentee voting.

Ballots must be printed, so officials will need to find companies who can print millions more ballots and secure, verified envelopes than they expected to need. Then, election workers will have to process those ballots by verifying the signature on the envelope matches that of the voter. If there are questions about a valid signature, that envelope must go through another verification process. Then, election workers must open each envelope and process each paper ballot.

“There'll be mistakes all the way along — getting them the ballots, getting them back, verifying their signatures, being able to report the results on election night,” said Bob Stein, a political science professor at Rice University. “You need voting machines, in this case, optical scanning machines that can read the paper ballots, and poll workers are gonna open them up.”

The result: Delayed election results, missing ballots, voters who may be unaware that their ballot was rejected, and arguments about voter suppression.

Pennsylvania, one of the states that recently changed its laws before the coronavirus pandemic to allow absentee, mail-in voting for any reason, demonstrates the spike in demand, causing havoc for local administrators.

“We’ve had 160,000 applications for mail-in ballots for the [June 2] primary in the last week,” Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar told New York Times Magazine in April. “For comparison, in 2016, we got 19,000 in the same period.”

Achieving adequate preparations for smooth-going mass vote-by-mail for the November election at this point, six months before the election, especially for those states that do not already have robust systems to handle large numbers of absentee votes, is unrealistic, if not impossible.

“It's hard enough to get bread flour. Where are you going to get a vendor that can print up precinct-appropriate or residentially appropriate ballots?” Stein said.

A trade organization called the National Association of Presort Mailers warned that the companies involved with creating and sorting the mail-in ballots may not have the time to scale up operations to meet all the demand, especially if election officials stall on placing orders due to legal and political battles on what levels of mail-in voting the election administrators should accommodate.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/17/20 3:45 AM 
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May 17, 2020

            "You look at California, look at Los Angeles, where Judicial Watch settled a case where they agreed that a million votes were fraudulent, a million votes in one area were fraudulent...They came to a settlement. They agreed on a million votes. The level of dishonesty with Democrat voting is unbelievable,"

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/who-knows-who-is-signing-this-stuff-trump-calls-mail-in-voting-very-dangerous

'Who knows who is signing this stuff?': Trump calls mail-in voting 'very dangerous'

President Trump warned against using vote by mail in the upcoming 2020 election.

In an interview with Fox Business's Maria Bartiromo on Thursday, Trump remarked on a House spending bill spearheaded by Democrats, which includes provisions to pay for workers' salaries up to $100,000 and funds for mail-in voting for elections held during the coronavirus pandemic.

"In terms of voting by mail, vote proxies, what's your take? Do you want that?" Bartiromo asked the president.

“Voting by mail is very dangerous because people can grab them; people can take that proxy, sign a name. They can do all sorts of things, especially harvesting. They go out, and they say, 'You know, let's put them all together.' And that's happened. By the way, we were thinking it might happen in California. We were worried about the race," Trump said.

In late April, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi indicated her support for voting-by-mail during an interview on MSNBC, saying it is a public health issue and protects the “life of our democracy."

"Why would Nancy Pelosi come up with this $3 trillion plan? She knows it’s dead on arrival. She knows nobody will go for a marijuana business in the middle of a pandemic," Bartiromo also asked.

"More than anything else, she wants the way of voting changed. Because if you did that — look, they have had some very dishonest things. You look at California, look at Los Angeles, where Judicial Watch settled a case where they agreed that a million votes were fraudulent, a million votes in one area were fraudulent. And they could have done a lot more. It was so ridiculous. There was no reason to go any further. They came to a settlement. They agreed on a million votes. The level of dishonesty with Democrat voting is unbelievable," Trump said.

"What’s happening is crazy. So, now they want to send out vote by mail. Who is going to — who knows who is signing this stuff?" he wondered.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon5/18/20 9:39 AM 
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May 18, 2020

          "the Republican attorney general asked the Texas Supreme Court to order election officials in some of the biggest, largely Democratic counties in the state to follow his reading of existing eligibility requirements for absentee voting, arguing the court must step in quickly because those county officials intend to apply an “incorrect reading” of state law."

https://www.khou.com/article/news/local/texas/fight-over-voting-by-mail-in-texas-ken-paxton/285-6eb219b6-f929-4080-a089-609214af2881

Texas attorney general asks state Supreme Court to step into fight over voting by mail

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Paxton has been fighting individual Texas voters, state Democrats and civil rights organizations asking the courts to rule that susceptibility to the coronavirus counts as a disability under state election law and is a legally valid reason for voters to request an absentee ballot. At least one state district judge in Travis County has ruled their way, though the state is appealing that ruling.

The Texas election code defines disability as a “sickness or physical condition” that prevents a voter from appearing in person without the risk of “injuring the voter’s health.” Travis County District Judge Tim Sulak ruled lack of immunity to the virus falls under that definition.

The election officials Paxton is targeting — county clerks or election administrators in Harris, Dallas, Travis, El Paso and Cameron counties — have generally indicated they will process mail-in ballots that cite a disability in accordance with the law and court rulings.

In his filing, Paxton argued that county election officials are refusing “to discharge” their duty to reject applications to vote by mail from voters who don’t qualify under the state’s existing eligibility criteria.

“They have instead determined that the coronavirus pandemic allows them to unilaterally expand the Legislature’s determination of who is eligible to vote by mail,” Paxton wrote. “To the local election officials of Travis, Harris, Cameron, Dallas, and El Paso Counties —all Respondents here —a ‘disability’ does not mean a ‘sickness or physical condition.’ Instead, it means a generalized fear common to all voters of contracting disease.”

It’s unclear how election officials would be able to reject applications from voters who use the disability category of eligibility as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Voters who cite a disability to receive a mail-in ballot don’t have to provide any information beyond checking a box on the application form. Election officials can reject an application if they know the applicant is ineligible, but they’re unable to require voters to substantiate their disabilities.

In a statement, Chad Dunn, the Texas Democratic Party’s general counsel, accused Paxton of wanting to “upset the election process” and said Texans sent in thousands of mail-in ballot requests after Sulak’s ruling.

“Apparently, none of the counties agree with Ken Paxton’s view that everybody under age 65 has to vote in person during a pandemic and the court shouldn’t either,” Dunn said. “The Legislature provided for vote-by-mail in these pandemic circumstances.”

Paxton's request to the Texas Supreme Court is the latest in a growing legal fight over who can qualify to request a ballot that can be filled out at home and mailed in during the coronavirus pandemic. Until now, voting by mail has been fairly limited in Texas, where voters can qualify for mail-in ballots only if they are 65 years or older, have a disability or illness, will be out of the county during the election period, or are confined in jail.

Paxton also argued that the election officials’ actions were “not only unlawful; they are also unnecessary” because the state is already making changes to the voting process during the pandemic. Earlier this week, Gov. Greg Abbott doubled the early voting period for the July 14 primary runoff.

In a motion filed Wednesday, the Republican attorney general asked the Texas Supreme Court to order election officials in some of the biggest, largely Democratic counties in the state to follow his reading of existing eligibility requirements for absentee voting, arguing the court must step in quickly because those county officials intend to apply an “incorrect reading” of state law.

 

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