Court Revives Texas Mail-In Ballot Safety Measure Targeted by Dems

Court Revives Texas Mail-In Ballot Safety Measure Targeted by Dems


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A federal appeals court has reinstated a limit on the number of mail ballot drop-off locations in each county in Texas.

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals late Monday issued a stay of a federal judge’s ruling on Friday that Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s order is a violation of the right to vote.

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Early voting started Tuesday in Texas.

“Leaving the Governor’s October 1 Proclamation in place still gives Texas absentee voters many ways to cast their ballots in the November 3 election,” Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan wrote in the opinion.

Abbott’s order limits each county to one location where voters can drop off mail ballots during early voting for the November elections.

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