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Lord, we just ask that your hand be on the U.S. District Court in Texas.

The Texas Democratic Party and the party’s campaign arms in the U.S. House and Senate are suing Texas, claiming the state is violating the U.S. Constitution and federal and state law by rejecting voter registration applications that lack an original signature.

Once ruby-red Republican, there are signs that Democrats are making electoral inroads in the state and that it will be an important battleground in this year’s presidential election. President Donald Trump beat Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in Texas in 2016, winning 52.2 percent of the popular vote there.

The Lone Star State has 38 out of the 270 electoral votes required to win the presidency. . .

The legal complaint in the case, cited as Texas Democratic Party v. Hughs, was filed Jan. 6 in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.

According to the complaint, five days before the voter registration deadline for the 2018 midterm election, the Texas Secretary of State instructed county registrars to reject more than 2,400 voter registration applications that were collected and submitted by, a third-party organization, in connection with its efforts to expand voter participation and increase turnout in Texas. is a left-wing 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Oakland, California. Its founder is San Francisco-based electoral strategist Debra Cleaver.

The secretary claimed the applications were incomplete because they lacked an original, so-called wet signature, even though Texas law makes no reference to wet signatures and permits voters to register by faxing, and then mailing, a copy of their voter registration application to their county registrar, the complaint states.

Texas is reportedly one of 13 states that don’t offer online registration to voters. Republicans and electoral integrity activists say online registration opens the door to voter fraud.

At the time, a spokesman for the secretary’s office said voter registration applications submitted through weren’t valid in Texas, because state law requires that registrants physically sign their applications before filing them.

“There are very specific codes in the Texas Election Code that authorize digital signatures,” the spokesman told The Rivard Report, a San Antonio-based independent media outlet. But these instances don’t include online registration.

“At a [Department of Public Safety] office when renewing your driver license, the DPS has to inform you the digital signature is used for voter registration,” the spokesman said. “Military and overseas voters also have that option in specific circumstances.”

According to the legal complaint, the decision by the secretary to reject the applications “left thousands of Texas voters scrambling to register to vote before the midterm elections, and many were unable to do so,” violated the Texas Election Code, and “contradicts the State’s longstanding recognition that electronic signatures carry the force of law.”

The Secretary of State’s office already “accepts electronic signatures on some voter registration applications submitted through state agencies,” the complaint states.

“This unconstitutional ban does not make an ounce of sense, and it is the kind of arbitrary voter suppression that we’re working to tear down right now before even more harm is done to our Democracy,” said U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos of Illinois, who chairs the DCCC, in a statement.

As of press time, the office of Texas Secretary of State Ruth R. Hughs, a Republican who is named as defendant in the legal proceeding, didn’t reply to a request by The Epoch Times for comment.

(Excerpt from The Epoch Times. Article by Matthew Vadum.)

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  1. Father God,
    We pray that all aspects and details of voting in Texas and the other 49 states will be completely accurate and honest so that only living American citizens cast a vote and each person casts only one vote.
    We ask that You be in complete control of our election process and its integrity. We ask also that You COMPLETELY disable all attempts to use dishonest methods and manipulation to control the outcome of elections.
    Thank You so much for Your love and faithfulness to Your people! Thank You that righteousness and justice are the foundation of Your throne. We invite and welcome Your rule over our nation in the name of Jesus. Amen.

  2. Father, may every effort to subvert our wise voter laws in Texas and sabotage just voting be rendered powerless by the Spirit of Holiness. Thank you for giving wisdom to those on the District Court concerning this case. In the Holy Name of Y’shua.


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