The Texas Legislature is considering an amendment to their budget that would ban companies who have publicly opposed voter suppression legislation in any state from receiving Texas government grants.
A new bill proposed by Republican representatives in Texas would essentially create a two-tiered voter registration system, in an effort to evade federal voting rights protections that could pass into law this year.
In a leaked video obtained by voting rights group Common Cause, Harris County Republicans spell out their plan to build a 10,000-member “Election Integrity Brigade.”
A key Texas House committee has advanced House Bill 6, legislation that would criminalize election officials sending out unsolicited mail-in ballot applications.
American Airlines is the latest company to come out against Republican voter suppression legislation.
After seven hours of debate late into the night, the Texas state Senate advanced Senate Bill 7 early Thursday morning.
Last week, Texas Republicans advanced Senate Bill 7, one of a slate of recent voter suppression bills that would severely restrict voting options in the state.
Texas Republicans continued their efforts to restrict absentee voting in the state on Friday, proposing a new bill in the state Senate that would ban election officials from proactively sending out absentee ballot requests, impose new evidence requirements for people voting absentee due to a disability and more.
Heritage Action for America, the nonprofit arm of the conservative Heritage Foundation, announced Monday that it will be investing at least $10 million on a multi-pronged effort to influence election laws in key swing states.
Texas Republicans filed a bill today to limit early voting hours across the state. H.B. 2293, authored by Rep. Jared Patterson (R), would only allow early voting between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
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