Texas Supreme Court Rules Harris County Should Count Over 2,000 Votes Cast Late on Election Day

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The Texas Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Harris County should include over 2,000 votes that were cast during an extended one-hour period of voting on Election Day in its certified election results.

The court also ordered the county to determine whether the votes cast later would affect the outcome of any races.

In a temporary order (pdf), the court ordered Harris County, the most populous county in Texas, must count ballots as required under Texas law and to “separately identify in the vote tabulations the number of ‘later cast votes’ for each candidate in each race and for or against each proposition.”

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