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5th Circuit Court of Appeals hears Texas Democrats’ case for expanding mail-in voting

“Texas is the outlier here, and our system is set up – it’s early enough to get this process done and the constitution requires it,” said Chad Dunn, general counsel for the Texas Democrats. The bottom line? As of right now, there won’t be any expansions to mail-in voting in Texas.

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“Texas is the outlier here, and our system is set up – it’s early enough to get this process done and the constitution requires it,” said Chad Dunn, general counsel for the Texas Democrats. The bottom line? As of right now, there won’t be any expansions to mail-in voting in Texas.

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