Why Does Attorney General Ken Paxton Want to Make Voting a Death-Defying Act?
We have a general election coming up in Texas in about six months. Much is at stake, as the country is not in great shape. It’s vital that this election be transparent and fair, and that everyone who is legally entitled to vote in November can do so and do so safely. That’s why Harris County clerk Diane Trautman’s resignation earlier this week is a warning. It was the job of Trautman, 70, to run elections in America’s third-most-populous county. She resigned just sixteen months into her term “because of the COVID-19 pandemic, my age, and underlying health issues,” she said in a statement, adding that “I do not feel I can safely continue to carry out my duties.” Trautman, with her ample staff, judged…View Original Post
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