Court grants temporary shelter, allowing Texas governor to continue limited drop box locations

Court grants temporary shelter, allowing Texas governor to continue limited drop box locations

If the grant to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Round is an order of the Republican Abbott, it will stand until the Court considers the State’s decision to stay in its qualifications.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed the emergency motion Saturday. The district filed an appeal pending a stay of the court order.

A statement from his office said the proposal seeks to ensure that eligible voters submit their ballots to an early voting clerk’s office to ensure ballot security.

“The district court’s order undermines our election security, disrupts the democratic process, and leads to voter confusion. It can not stand,” he told a Paxston news release. “Mail-in votes are particularly vulnerable to fraud. The security of their security must be ensured, and my office will continue to fight for safe, free and fair elections.”

Paxton’s movement is just coming A day after a federal judge blocked Abbott’s order Those limited ballot boxes are one per district. Several groups filed lawsuits last week, accusing the move of suppressing voters.

Early voting in Texas begins Oct. 13.

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