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Texas 2022 Elections

Republican effort to remove Libertarians from November ballot rejected by Texas Supreme Court

On Aug. 8, a group of Republican candidates asked the Supreme Court to remove 23 Libertarian opponents from the ballot, saying they did not meet eligibility requirements. The Republicans included Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and others in congressional and state legislative races.

A voter casts their ballot at a polling station at the El Paso Fire Department Fire Station No. 3 on election day in El Paso. Nov. 3, 2020.

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