April 24, 2024

Supreme Court Upholds Texas Mail-in Voter Law

Democrats and liberals are now fuming after the latest denial by the Supreme Court.

This week, the court declined to hear arguments in the Cascino v. Nelson case.

This is a case challenging the Texas mail-in voter law, which only allows ballots to be mailed to those 65 and older, with some noted exceptions.


Ever since Texas passed its new voting laws, liberals and Democrats have been up in arms.

However, living in Texas, I can flat out tell you I have never had an easier time voting in any state that I have ever lived in.

As noted above, this case claimed the new law, which gives exceptions for Texans who will be out of state at the time of the election and disabled voters, violated the Constitution.

Texas has also significantly increased early voting availability, so there is really no need for anyone to need an absentee ballot other than the elderly and those with the exceptions listed above.

According to the lawsuit, the new law violates the 26th Amendment, which states, “The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age.”

So, please tell me where the new law violates that amendment. Just because Texas does not want to follow the rules in other states does not mean Texas is in violation of our Constitution.

Eight states automatically mail out ballots, and 27 states allow voters to request a ballot without a reason.

Since the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals also ruled against the plaintiffs, this nonsense is over.

You can literally vote seven days a week leading up to elections, so there is no way a healthy person should not be able to find their way to the polls.

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