Texas Republicans Ask Judge to Throw Out Over 100,000 Ballots
Updated: Nov 7
By: Eris Lowdermilk
Texas Republicans of Harris County argue that over 100,000 already casted-in ballots should be dismissed. Their argument is that the drive-through voting method by Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins has allowed surpasses his authority.
The U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen in Houston has agreed to meet with the concerned Republicans regarding the issue. The Republican State Legislator will be present.
Harris County has a population of about 4.7 million and is the third most populated county in the United States and has 10 drive-through voting locations.
More information to come.
UPDATE: District Judge rejects, saving 127,000 ballots from both parties.
McCollough, Jolie. (2020, November 2). Nearly 127,000 Harris County drive-thru votes appear safe after federal judge rejects GOP-led Texas lawsuit. Texas Tribune. https://www.texastribune.org/2020/11/02/texas-drive-thru-votes-harris-county/
Wolfe, Jan. (2020, October 31). U.S. Judge to Hear Republican Bid to Void 100,000 Votes in Texas. US News. https://www.usnews.com/news/top-news/articles/2020-10-31/texas-judge-to-hear-republican-bid-to-void-100-000-votes-democrats-fear-election-chaos