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The Texas Supreme Court again prevents the county from sending mail-in voting requests to 2 million potential voters



This has been an ongoing battle between Harris County and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who tried to prevent the polls from getting so widespread, saying they should only go to voters who are qualified to vote by mail. The ruling only affects applications for postal votes and not voting slips.

Harris County’s administrative clerk Chris Hollins replied that applications were already being sent to voters 65 and over.

“My office is ready to send job applications and training materials to remaining registered voters after this baseless legal battle is over,” Hollins said in a tweet.

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