There was no consequential voter fraud in the 2020 November election – so says the Department of Homeland Security and Texas election officials.  

Even the Texas governor acknowledged no election outcomes being altered in 2020 due to fraud. 

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Susan Cummings

Spot on, Mr. Bloom. These bills are not about voting integrity. They are about voter suppression. Texans should compare their state's voter registration methods currently to those of other states. Other states make it easier to participate in democracy rather than more difficult. These bills are intended to keep voters at home, voters that the bill writers do no want to vote. It's a shameful thing.

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