Big law firms flocked to represent intervenors and amicus parties who are trying to protect 127,000 drive-thru ballots from a federal lawsuit by a Republican activist and candidates.

U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen of Houston on Monday ruled that the plaintiffs did not have standing to challenge drive-thru voting, after a hearing in the case, Hotze v. Hollins, which has already garnered 38 court filings although it was just filed four days ago.

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