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Voting by Email in Texas?

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From the, “give them an inch they will take a mile” category comes this story from Houston.

Last week, lost in the dust-up over Sylvester Turner canceling the Republican Party Convention in Houston is the story of Harris County trying to implement balloting by email.

The request to allow thousands of voters who may have tested positive for COVID19 to vote online during the primary runoff election was made by Harris County Clerk Christopher Hollins.

This is the first election Hollins is administering after taking over for former Harris County Clerk Diane Trautman, who abruptly resigned her post after administering a trainwreck of a primary in March 2020. 

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Texas GOP Convention Going Forward?

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If a betting market exists for whether the GOP convention will take place in Houston or virtually, smart money at this point is on virtual.

This is bad news for the GOP.

On a town hall call, Chairman James Dickey stated that a virtual convention is not ideal for the majority of delegates. He’s right.

As a quick refresher.

The Texas GOP has planned for months to host an in-person convention in Houston. Now that hyped Marxist rioting has subsided and COVID19 case counts are on the rise, rancor for a second shutdown is ratcheting up.

This energy is being funneled by both Democrats and Republicans toward canceling the in-person convention in Houston.

Last week, GOP party leadership, months after it began furtively devising a virtual-only convention contingency plan, moved to adopt rules needed to implement the secretive solution.

An online-hostage-at-home convention is not popular with the party faithful, with love for the technological failsafe largely confined to eggheads overly concerned by derision from the cackling hordes on the left.

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ALERT: Voters do not have to wear masks

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With increased confusion around mask mandates, we’ve received multiple complaints from voters who have been turned away from the polls for not wearing a mask.

Voters can not be forced to wear a face mask to vote according to guidance from the Texas Secretary of State issued ahead of the run-off election.

There is no authority under Texas law to require voters to wear face coverings when presenting to vote.Secretary of State

Further, if you are wearing a mask, an election judge may request that you lower your mask to make a positive identification when checking you in to vote.

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Election Integrity Roundup 6.29.2020

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Here’s a look at election integrity news from around Texas and the country. Some of these stories may have already been shared via our social media accounts, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Early Voting Starts Today

Texas’ delayed primary run-off election is starting today and now that we have substantially more information about the spread of the novel coronavirus it’s clear that voting in-person can be done safely.

In multiple elections across the country, despite threats of death from journalists, there has been a distinct lack of case spikes following in-person voting during the pandemic.

What we have seen in repeated elections from Wisconsin, to Georgia to New Jersey is report, after report, after report of mail-in balloting gone awry.

If you see something out of the ordinary at your polling place, mail-in balloting activity, or know someone with a story to tell, reach out to us via phone at 877-385-VOTE (8683) or 877-267-VOTA to visit en Espanol.

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Fraud in Bexar Co. Alleged

A week before the run-off election, members of the Democrat party in Bexar Co. are suing a candidate for Party Chair, Grace Rose Gonzales, alleging she committed fraud

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Mail-in Balloting Lawsuits: a lay of the land

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No Texan should run the increased risk of having their ballot harvested, lost, or tossed by to voting via mail when able to vote in-person.

Contrary to the constant public bedwetting by the left via social and mainstream media, Texans should not be worried about voting in-person either during the runoff election this summer or the November general election.

Nobody is being cavalier with lives; there’s just no example of an election leading to an uptick in coronavirus infections. There are however multiple examples of in-person elections being safely run.

Unfortunately, to try and gain an electoral advantage where one doesn’t exist, Democrats in Texas have sued the state on several different grounds.

Below is an overview of cases that have been filed and where each one currently stands on a timeline.

Note: More lawsuits are anticipated, and will be added to the timeline when filed.

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