Harris County in east Texas is at the centre of an ongoing legal and political dispute which illustrates how the rules governing American elections cause interminable arguments.
The row began when Greg Abbott, the state’s Republican governor, announced last month that only one official drop box for postal votes – much more freely available in the US than in Ireland – would be provided in each county, irrespective of its size or population.
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