Texas doesn’t have a voter registration law like the one in Arizona, and the court’s ruling won’t affect voting laws here, an elections official said Monday.
In Texas, as in many other states, an applicant for a voter registration card must do little more than pledge that he or she is an American citizen over the age of 18, according to the Texas Secretary of State’s office. Spokeswoman Alicia Phillips Pierce said in a statement that her office doesn’t anticipate that the decision will affect Texas law.
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