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Voters wait in line to cast their ballots during the Democratic presidential primary in Houston, Texas on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020. (Photo: Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images)

This is just straight-up vote suppression, no chaser:

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a proclamation Thursday limiting the amount of drop-off locations for mail-in ballots to one site per county.

The move significantly affects the Democratic stronghold of Harris County, which is the state’s largest county by population — one of the most populous in the country — and covers a massive area. It must now reduce its 11 drop-off locations down to one starting on Friday. Travis County, which includes the reliably Democratic city of Austin, must limit its four drop-off locations to one.Other large counties — like Tarrant, Dallas and El Paso County — only had one drop-off location already in place.

The Republican governor said in a statement the order was made to enhance ballot security. It also allows poll watchers to observe the in-person delivery of mail-in ballots by voters, but critics say it could severely limit access for many voters.

They’re openly trying to steal the election, and two things follow from that:

(1) They must not succeed; and

(2) They must be punished severely, politically and judicially, when they fail.

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