LISTEN: Harris County Clerk put on spot over vote by mail

Early voting in Texas is now underway. Interim Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins has been in the eye of the storm for the last few months, being at the forefront of a push to have people vote by mail.

A lot of this has played out in court. Hollins had tried to mail every registered voter in Harris County an application to vote by mail. That was stopped by the courts, who said he overstepped his bounds.

Hollins also has been at odds with Governor Greg Abbott over drop off locations for mail in ballots. The Governor is limiting it to one per county. Hollins was looking to have 12.

Earlier this morning Hollins joined Houston's Morning News, where all of this came up. Listen to the interview below.

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