WED brief 10.14.20

High turnout

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VOTER REGISTRATION as a percent of Texas's voting-age population remained the same from 2016 to 2018 (78%) despite the addition of 1.8 million voters to the rolls.

Turnout on the first day of the 2020 election was high in and record-breaking in a few counties. Anomalies in some counties, including Harris, are potentially due to public funds being used to drive partisan turnout.

Drive-thru voting and curbside voting are the same and are limited by law despite the claims of Harris County elections officials.

SOUTHWEST airlines appear to have bounced a man from one of its flights for not eating while masked up.

SCOTUS ruled yesterday that counting for the U.S. Census can stop tomorrow

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION is going to resume requiring individuals seeking benefits to prove they were searching for work.

Hit the links

Baylor fined $461,000+ for Clery Act violations

Survey: Half of Texans are facing financial hardship due to coronavirus

Study: Public school district with strong unions are less likely to reopen

Non-newsflash: The media is carrying Biden

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