Sen. Ted Cruz praised Texas’ Republican lawmakers for moving forward with an election security bill Friday.
“Today, the Texas House passed SB 7 on second reading, a bill to safeguard our elections in Texas, despite immense pressure from woke corporations and the liberal media,” the Texas Republican wrote in a statement.
“The bill protects the voting rights of 29 million Texans and would make our elections in Texas more accessible and more secure. When Texans go to cast a vote, that vote should count. I am grateful for the Republicans and the Leadership in the Texas House and Senate who have been leading the fight to protect the integrity of our elections in Texas, and I hope that this bill becomes law.”
A number of GOP-leaning states have enacted voting restrictions in light of the 2020 election. Georgia’s voting bill last month led to corporate uproar, with the MLB moving its All-Star Game an
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