For months, Republicans and former President Donald Trump have questioned the 2020 election. They’ve called for investigations into the results, though most judges have thrown out the cases.
Above all, Trump and his supporters have questioned the reliability of mail-in ballots. They claimed that too many might’ve been illegal, and that could’ve swayed the election in Joe Biden’s favor.
And if Texas leaders hadn’t made one strong move, Biden might have actually won the Lone Star State.
The mail-in voting issue was one of the most hotly debated and controversial topics of 2020. And it continues to be of serious concern among politicians and voters around the country.
After all, a democracy requires rock-solid election integrity.
According to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, that integrity is exactly what state leaders protected during the 2020 voting process. And it might’ve saved Texas for Trump.