The Texas state senate has passed an election integrity bill targeting mail-in-ballots.
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The Republican-led Texas Senate passed a bill Thursday limiting mail-in and curbside voting.
The Texas Senate passed the bill by an 18-to-13 vote, largely along party lines, according to CBS Austin.
The bill ends 24-hour voting, limiting hours to 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., and drive-through voting lanes, so that residents must get out of the vehicle and go into polling places to cast a ballot.
The measure, if passed by the legislature and signed into law, would also prohibit “solicitation” by elected officials at mail-in-ballot boxes. It now heads to the Texas House of Representatives, though it is uncertain when they will vote on it or if Republican Gov. Greg Abbott will sign the bill in law.
It is nice to see the GOP taking election integrity seriously after they let Americans down before and after the 2020 election.
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