How Texas counties are helping voters after new law led to 25,000 rejected mail ballots

As primary voting started early this year, Texas election officials spent much of their time on the phone with voters who were frustrated and confused about new rules for mail voting that led their ballots to be rejected. In San Antonio’s Bexar County, for example, about 20 percent of mail ballot applications were not accepted because they failed to comply with the ID requirements that went into effect ahead of the March 1 primary. Taylor Goldenstein, Jen Rice, The Houston Chronicle.

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