Republican Party of Texas officials are once again sounding the alarm about state House lawmakers failing to advance priority election integrity measures as the regular legislative session draws to a close.

“We have three weeks left in the legislative session, and many Legislative Priority bills are getting close to the Governor’s desk,” said the RPT’s Legislative Priorities Committee Chair Jill Glover in an update on Monday. “They are also at risk of sudden death.”

The 140-day legislative session ends on May 29, but deadlines for moving bills through the process occur much sooner. For example, the last day for the full House to approve House bills is this Thursday, May 11.

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