A Guide to the Trial Over Texas Voter ID Law

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  • Texas Voter ID Law
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  • Texas Voter ID Law
  • Texas Voter ID Law
  • Texas Voter ID Law
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Provisional Voting

Failure to produce a recognized ID card or a rejection of an ID card does not mean an individual may not vote. The voter may still cast a ballot, but it will be considered provisional until the voter can obtain an ID and present it to the county voting office within six days. If the voter doesn't meet the deadline, the ballot is not counted.

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