Senator Bryan Hughes and Representative Briscoe Cain is pushing to enavotoct a Texas voting bill which they call the “bill,” the SB 7 deeming it to be one of the most comprehensive and sensible election reform bills in state history. It is predicted enacting such a bill would clamp down on many Americans particularly people of color and disabled Americans who may find it challenging to cast their votes.
In 2020, Americans faced many political and social issues; the impeachment of a president, racial violence, and injustice against Blacks [killings], the coronavirus pandemic and other challenges
Prior to the election, one of the oldest establishments in history, the U.S. Postal Service was forced to shut down part of its operation in mid-summer of 2020 as many of the machine that move ar mail zip code were shutdown.
As election drew near, many Americans feared their mail-in ballots would not be counted before the election deadline, so they were encouraged to mail in their ballots two weeks early.
Despite of stay home restrictions and high rates of COVID cases across the country, many Americans were eager to stand in long lines for hours to cast their vote while others unable to get to the polls used other means mail-in and drive in boxes to cast their votes. Disable voters were provided rides to the polls as they believe it is important to exercise their voters rights.
During this week, two Texan Republican has put together a SB7 bill which they believe is a comprehensive and sensible lection reform bill. The bill follows moves in other Republican-controlled states which sponsors seek to guard against voter fraud, but which indicates the bill is aimed at restricting voting by sections of the population which tend to vote Democrats.