As Texans head to the polls, questions of election security and political speech have never been more pervasive. Texas’ James “Trey” Trainor III sits on the Federal Elections Commission and is a widely acknowledged expert on election law and political speech rights. He was appointed by President Donald Trump, and confirmed by the U.S. Senate, to his posting on the FEC. In this Conversation, he tackles head on the concerns poised by censorship and weak election laws.

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“Someone’s always keeping score. We think it ought to be the citizens.”

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