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Protesters Gather Outside Houston Courthouse Amid Appeal to Reject Drive-In Ballots



Protesters gathered outside the federal courthouse in Houston, Texas, on November 2 as an emergency hearing was reportedly due to take place the day before Election Day over the status of nearly 127,000 drive-thru ballots. The protesters chanted, “Hey hey! Ho ho! Donald Trump has got to go!” The hearing came following an effort by a number of Republicans invalidate drive-thru votes cast in Harris County. The Texas Supreme Court rejected a case on the same issue. Credit: Rachel Adams-Heard/Bloomberg via Storyful



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