This article by Mychael Schnell is published by The Hill. Here is an excerpt:
The Texas Secretary of State’s office is blaming supply chain issues for a shortage of voter registration forms in the Lone Star State after bottlenecks in the fall caused prices to skyrocket nationwide.
Sam Taylor, the assistant secretary of state for communications, said supply chain snarls have driven up the price of paper, which will in turn caused the state to distribute fewer voter registration forms in preparation for November’s midterm elections.
“We are limited in what we can supply this year, because of the paper shortage and the cost constraints due to the price of paper and the supply of paper.” Taylor told KUT 90.5.
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