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  • TX voter suppression comes to fruition

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  • Ohio redistricting at a halt

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  • Will AG Garland protect voting rights?

    10:55
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  • Early voting begins in Texas

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  • Texans head to the polls amid new maps and restrictive voting laws 

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'This is Jim Crow, 2.0': Texas voter blasts GOP voter suppression

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Pam Gaskin, a Texas voter whose mail ballot application was rejected twice due to confusing changes from a new GOP voter suppression law, tells Lawrence O’Donnell why it was important to her to keep fighting until she finally got her mail ballot. Voting is a “blood-bought right,” she said. Rep. Colin Allred adds that it’s “ridiculous” that voters are dealing with these restrictions in 2022.