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AG Paxton Commends Texas Supreme Court for Staying Mail-In Ballot Ruling and Allowing Continued Prosecution of Election Fraud
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AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended the Texas Supreme Court for allowing the continued prosecution of voter fraud and staying an incorrect ruling by the Houston Court of Appeals that would have prevented state officials from enforcing state law regarding mail-in ballots.

 

“Protecting the integrity of elections is one of my most important and sacred obligations. The Legislature has carefully limited who may and may not vote by mail. The Travis County trial court’s decision to allow everyone to vote by mail is contrary to state law and will be reversed on appeal. I am pleased that today the Texas Supreme Court confirmed that my office may continue to prosecute voter fraud and issue guidance on mail-in ballots while that appeal plays out,” said Attorney General Paxton.

 



Comments:
Stay on top of this!! Please..we don't need any more mail in votes than we already have!!
Posted by Linda at 5/17/2020 9:42:03 PM

It is the only way to keep the left from cheating, and don't think they won't do it.
Posted by Sasquatch at 5/27/2020 12:53:53 PM

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