Inside a call center in a downtown Houston building, a team of election workers sits across from each other in rows of sparsely decorated grey cubicles. It’s one week before the first statewide election since Texas enacted sweeping changes to its voting laws, and things are hectic. “The phone is ringing back to back to back pretty much with concerned voters wanting to know where their ballots are and what’s the status on their applications,” said Angela Washington, a call center clerk. Juana Summers and Barbara Sprunt, NPR.
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