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The Texas Supreme Court has added three, last minute, Green Party candidates, two of which are affecting election ballots for Central Texas and the Brazos Valley.

With less than 50 days until the election, just days away from ballots being mailed out to overseas residents and military personnel, a recent decision made by the Texas Supreme Court has left election officials scrambling.

Texas Supreme Court blocks Harris Co. Clerk from sending mail-in ballot applications

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On Tuesday, the Texas Supreme Court ruled ballots for the Nov. 3 election are required to add three Green Party candidates.

A Texas Supreme Court ruling returning Green Party candidates to the November ballot will cost McLennan County some green, as more than 8,000 absentee ballots ready for distribution will have to be scrapped and re-produced with the candidates included.

Texas Supreme Court blocks Harris Co. Clerk from sending mail-in ballot applications

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The Texas Supreme Court has blocked Harris County from sending mail-in ballot applications to all registered voters

Texas Supreme Court again blocks county from sending mail-in voting applications to 2 million potential voters

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Texas Supreme Court Stops Harris County From Sending Unsolicited Mail-In Ballot Applications

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Texas Supreme Court temporarily blocks Harris County from sending mail-in ballot applications to all its voters. What the Democrats are trying is simply against the law. It could lead to election fraud and must be stopped. via @TexasTribune 

Texas Supreme Court temporarily blocks Harris County from sending mail-in ballot applications to all its voters The Harris County Republican Party had sued to stop the sending of the ballots.

The Texas Supreme Court upholds Houston's decision to cancel the state Republican Party convention scheduled for this week due to the coronavirus pandemic. Texas has set daily records in recent days for the number of COVID-19 deaths and confirmed cases.

Texas Supreme Court: Lack of immunity to COVID-19 alone not enough to vote by mail Big win in Texas on the dangerous Mail In Voting Scam!

On this day in 2005 I argued before the U.S. Supreme Court to defend the Ten Commandments display on the Texas Capitol Grounds. We WON!!! The Ten Commandments remain at the Texas Capitol. Texas will always cherish the influences that have made our state so great. #SCOTUS 

Just a casual reminder that Texas closed 750 polling places after the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act.

The Supreme Court allows voter ID requirement in North Dakota. Texas already has a voter ID requirement to ensure the integrity of our elections. We want to prevent cheating and illegal voting at the ballot box. #txlege  #tcot  #PJNET 

Five years ago, the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v. Holder. Today, the Court struck another blow by upholding racially discriminatory districts in Texas. We must protect our democracy. We must fight to expand voting rights. #RestoreTheVote 

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia found dead in Texas, a family friend and a government source say. He was 79.

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