Texas' Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick called vote-by-mail a 'scam,' saying it's 'laughable' that people under 65 would be scared to vote in person
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Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick lashed out against attempts to expand vote-by-mail in the state amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, arguing people under 65 have no reason to be afraid to vote in person.

Patrick claimed Democrats would use the opportunity "greatest scam ever" to commit voter fraud and the expansion would lead to the destruction of the US.  

Democrats and voting rights advocates have supported expanding voting by mail before November, as health experts...

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