Isn’t that convenient?

America’s Lab for Bad Policy, ladies and germs, loves it when a plan comes together:

The Texas Secretary of State’s office is having more trouble than usual getting enough voter registration cards to groups who help Texans register to vote.

Sam Taylor, assistant secretary of state for communications,said supply chain issues have made it harder and more expensive to get paper, which means the Secretary of State’s office will be giving out fewer voter registration forms to groups ahead of elections this year.

“We are limited in what we can supply this year, because of the paper shortage and the cost constraints due to the price of paper and the supply of paper,” he said.

Amazingly, Taylor didn’t instantly combust leaving a plume of sulfur.


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6 Responses to Isn’t that convenient?

  1. It’s going to be a landslide win for Abbot over Beto: 47 to 12.

    No not percentages, votes.

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  2. w3ski4me says:

    Maybe I live in the only area of supply, but what exactly are we in short supply of?

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  3. ali redford says:

    So voters have to bring their own copy-paper to get registered. I wonder if it’ll occur to anyone-nah, never mind.


  4. roket says:

    Making up excuses as they go is their MO.

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  5. revzafod says:

    Last week I got a form in the mail with my name and address from the Democratic Party to request mail-in ballots for all elections in Texas this year, as I’m over 65 [by 16 years]. All I had to do was add my driver’s license number and sign it. I mailed it in the next day. I think all Scissorheads can guess how I’ll be voting.

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