Supreme Court delivers a massive election integrity win for Texas regarding mail-in ballots

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A legal challenge to Texas state law mail-in ballot requirements was declined by the U.S. Supreme Court. 

According to The Epoch Times, the current law requires any voter under the age of 65 to prove a need for a mail-in ballot. 

The original complaint, per The Epoch Times, argued that Democrat-backed “no-excuse” voting policies are protected under the 26th Amendment of the Constitution on age-based voting grounds. 

The Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the case solidifies safeguards to protect election integrity amid various concerns regarding mail-in ballots. 

In 2020, mass mail-in ballots were allowed during the presidential election due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the results were highly contested. 

By 2021, RSBN reported that 15 million mail-in ballots from the 2020 Presidential election remained unaccounted for. 

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) discovered this, finding that of the 90.6 million mail-in ballots, over 13% were never accounted for. 

In 2022, over 10 million midterm election mail-in ballots went unaccounted for in the state of California alone, per RSBN.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation noted, “No one casting a ballot at home can correct an error before it’s too late.”

The state of Arizona reportedly experienced 63,000 mail-in ballot and precinct issues during the 2022 midterms. These included mail-in ballots being “delivered to the wrong voters.” 

Election integrity concerns have grown since 2020 and states have sought solutions to protect the democratic process.

RSBN reported that the Wisconsin Supreme Court banned ballot drop boxes in 2022. 

Pennsylvania has recently implemented new mail-in ballot requirements this year, per RSBN.

Political commentator Dinesh D’Souza called the latest victory for Texas, “a huge ruling” that “could shake things up big time in November.”

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