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Southlake Mayor Promotes Election Misinformation

Is John Huffman fomenting fear, or does he not understand how elections work?
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Huffman photo courtesy Southlake

There are a number of legitimate, easily understandable reasons why we might not have the results of today’s elections by tonight. States have differing laws about when mail-in ballots can be canvassed (handled and processed). An election might be close enough that a recount is required. And so on and so forth.

Yet here is the potentially dangerous misinformation that the mayor of Southlake chose to spread on Twitter:

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