A guide to voter rights in Texas. What you need to know before you cast a ballot

Posted on AllSides August 23rd, 2022
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Texas has seen some of the most dramatic efforts to change voter laws since the 2020 election, a move leading to a political fight extending from Austin to Washington, D.C. Three times Democrats departed the state Capitol to try and deny Republicans the quorum they needed to pass changes to Texas election law. In the end, Republicans succeeded in banning 24-hour and drive-thru voting, putting in place ID requirements for mail-in ballots and establishing new crimes for vote harvesting and denying access to poll watchers. Democrats killed provisions making it...

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