Texas Still Working Through Rejected Ballots After Primary

FILE - A man passes an early voting poll site, on Feb. 14, 2022, in San Antonio. Voters in Texas will usher in the midterm campaign season with primaries that will test just how far to the right the Republican Party will shift in a state where many in the GOP have already tightened their embrace of former President Donald Trump.(AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

(AP) — Texas’ primary that put the 2022 midterm election season in full swing saw no significant issues at polling locations. But although most races were decided by Wednesday, counties that had rejected thousands of mail ballots for not complying with Texas’ strict new election law still don’t know how many will end up counting. That answer is still likely days away. The rate of rejected ballots were as high as 30% around Houston, where elections officials said both Republican and Democratic ballots were flagged for rejection.


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