Last week, a Texas judge ruled that any voter afraid of contracting COVID-19 could request a mail-in ballot. If that ruling is upheld, the state’s roughly 16 million registered voters would all be eligible to vote by mail.
There are less than 200 days remaining until Election Day. A little more than 80 days remain before the rescheduled Texas primary runoff.
Now the question remains: Would there be enough time to figure out a way to allow what could be millions of votes to be cast by mail?
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