The GOP tried to get over 100,000 legitimate votes thrown out in Harris County, Texas, and the judge dismissed the case.
🔗 NPR: Federal Judge Dismisses Effort To Throw Out Drive-Through Votes In Houston
Harris County, Texas’ most populous county and majority-Democratic, erected 10 drive-through sites, mostly tents, to expedite the early voting process as a way of allowing people to cast ballots safely during the coronavirus pandemic. They were also in place this summer before the state’s primary. Noting that point, Hanen, a George W. Bush appointee, asked plaintiffs, “Why am I just getting this case?” He later said that the suit was not timely and that “this has been going on all summer.”