USA Today reports:
Rejecting claims raised by state Democrats, the Texas Supreme Court ruled late Wednesday that a lack of immunity to the coronavirus does not entitle voters to a mail-in ballot under state law.
Texas election law limits mail-in ballots to specific categories of voters, such as those with a disability that prevents them from safely traveling to a polling place.
Backing arguments made by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the state’s highest civil court said the law’s definition of disability applies to a “sickness or physical condition,” not a generalized fear of contracting a deadly disease.
Texas Supreme Court: Lack of immunity to COVID-19 alone not enough to vote by mail https://t.co/rAZVRF4nkj Big win in Texas on the dangerous Mail In Voting Scam!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2020