Judge "Not Pleased" After Postal Service Failed To Meet Deadline On Mail-In Ballot OrderA federal judge is criticizing the U.S. Postal Service for failing to comply with a deadline to sweep several facilities for missing mail-in ballots on Election Day.
Judge Orders Sweep Of Postal Facilities In Texas, 5 Other States For Mail-In BallotsA federal judge has ordered U.S. Postal Service inspectors to sweep locations in several states for left behind mail-in ballots and to send them to be counted immediately.
Texas Has Already Been In The Courts, Now The Nation Braces For Possible Election Day Legal ChallengesWeeks before early voting began and Election Day arrived, the U.S. 2020 Presidential Race was already the most litigated in memory.
Federal Judge Orders Post Office To Take 'Extraordinary Measures' To Get Ballots ProcessedCourt filings confirm ballots are getting to some American voters late now a federal judge is stepping in, ordering the United States Postal Service to take the "extraordinary measures" the agency announced earlier this week to address the slow down.
US Postal Service Mail Delivery Is Getting Worse, Putting Ballots At RiskNew statistics show the U.S. Postal Service is doing a worse job of delivering the mail on time, raising concerns that some election may be delayed.
Will Closed Ballot Drop-Off Sites In Texas Reopen? Latest Legal Salvo Strikes Down County Box LimitsWith the 2020 election a little more than two weeks away, the legal back-and-forth over the number of drop-off locations for hand delivered absentee ballots in Texas continues.
5th Circuit Reinstates Texas Governor’s Order Limiting Mail-In Ballot Drop-Off Locations To 1 Per CountyThe Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has sided with Republican Governor Greg Abbott and reinstated his order to shutdown dozens of mail-in ballot drop-off locations across the state of Texas.
Court Rules Texas' Largest County Cannot Send Unsolicited Mail-In Ballot Applications To VotersOn Wednesday the Texas Supreme Court ruled that more than 2 million people in the states most populous county -- and one of the worst impacted by COIVD-19 -- cannot send mail-in ballot applications to all registered voters.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues To Stop Harris County From Sending Out Mail-In Ballot ApplicationsThe fight over mail balloting in Texas grew Monday when the state sued to stop more than two million registered voters around Houston from receiving applications to submit their ballots by mail.
Trump Lawyers Revive W. Bush Vs Gore Case In Crusade Against Mail-in VotingReaching back to a decision from the year 2000, President Donald Trump's lawyers are now trying to revive the Supreme Court decision that awarded George W. Bush the presidency to fight mail-in voting practices.
National Letter Carriers Representative In Dallas 'Elated' Over Postmaster General's 'Suspension Of Initiatives Until After The Election'“If they follow through on that that will be a great thing because we have a lot of letter carriers who take pride in their job," said Kimetra Lewis, President of the National Association of Letter Carriers, Dallas Branch.
Why Some Mail-In Ballots Are Rejected And How To Make Sure Your Vote CountsMore Americans than ever are likely to cast a ballot by mail in this year's presidential election, and that means voters could face a learning curve in completing it properly and ensuring it arrives in time to be counted.
Supreme Court Refuses To Fast Track Texas Democrats' Case To Expand Vote By MailThe Supreme Court has denied a request from Texas Democrats to fast-track a case concerning access mail-in voting amid the coronavirus pandemic.