No one should be surprised that a U.S. Supreme Court packed with 6 justices with little history of concern for voting rights has ruled in favor of Republican state leaders
“I was there. They were just amazing people”
The two new seats give Greg Abbott and the Republican legislative leaders an extraordinary chance to do the right thing – for themselves and for Latino, Black and all minority Texans who are underrepresented in the congressional delegation.
Read what business, faith, and voting rights leaders are saying about Greg Abbott’s and Republican legislators’ efforts to jam into law Jim Crow-style voter suppression bills
Dan Patrick’s overly-dramatic press conference this morning was shameless performance art without an ounce of sincerity and even less fact.
Greg Abbott has been the point on the spear of racially discriminatory voter suppression in Texas since the day he became Texas AG in 2003
All Texans should remain laser-focused on stopping the blatant anti-democratic maneuvering by Texas Republicans.
Abbott, Bettencourt and Cain lay out bills to Stop Texans from Voting
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