In a middle-of-the-night vote, HB6 was passed, moving the election reform legislation out of the House Elections Committee in the Texas House of Representatives. The bill now moves to the House Calendars Committee. A decision will be made by that committee on whether or not the bill goes to a full House vote. The vote was taken after hours of debate at 3:00 a.m Friday.
Not as strong as some, but better than what the people fleeing California are used to.
Real election reforms are going to include:
Voter ID, mandatory.
Chain of evidence treatment for all ballots and no ballots dropped from chain of evidence can be counted.
Literacy tests. It ain't raycyst and people too stupid to learn how to read have no place in the process of selecting political leaders. If more POX than whites are having literacy problems, fix the schools so they teach again.
No mail in balloting. It's a proven easy fraud option.
No ballot harvesting. This is why we have polling places. If someone is too lazy to go to a polling place, they're too lazy to learn the issues. The collection of ballots from nursing homes would be done under chain-of-custody, from the old guy's hands to the ballot box.
The concept is Election DAY. Not Election "lets count the votes, see how far we're behind, and use more time making more votes" like it was in 2020.
And, to make things even more exciting, people who aren't registered in a political party shouldn't be allowed to vote in that party's primary. Too bad if the rodents can't game the Republicans' candidate choices, isn't it?