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Paxton Appeals Judge’s Ruling On Ballot Drop-Offs

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FILE - Texas State's Attorney General Ken Paxton (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez File)

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is appealing a judge’s ruling saying there should be multiple absentee ballot drop-off locations per county. Travis County Judge Tim Sulak ruled Thursday afternoon he believed Governor Greg Abbott is putting voters at risk of getting coronavirus by saying counties could only have one ballot drop-off location.

Sulak also said the governor’s order made it harder for people to vote. A similar lawsuit was rejected by the federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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