Travis County’s voter registrar will send out 37,000 postcards in the coming weeks to voters who may not have the proper ID to cast a ballot under the new voter ID law.
Then again, maybe they do.
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What kind of photo ID can you use to vote?
• Texas driver’s license
• Texas personal ID
• Texas concealed handgun license
• U.S. military ID
• U.S. citizenship certificate containing a photo
• U.S. passport
• Texas election ID certificate, available to people without other forms of ID