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Three top Texas GOP officials who oppose expanding mail-in voting have each used it

Texas' top Republican officials call absentee voting a recipe for fraud and are fighting efforts to expand it during the coronavirus pandemic. But the governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general have all used the option.

From left: Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and state Attorney General Ken Paxton.

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