Democrats — nationally and in Texas — have been trying to gain political traction by saying that Texas’ new voter identification law is hurting women, but election officials in Central Texas say the law isn’t proving to be much of a problem.
The Texas Democratic Party said in an email that “Texans throughout the state – particularly women voters – are running into challenges” at the polls because of the voter ID law.
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Forms of acceptable photo ID in Texas:
Texas driver’s license
Texas Election Identification Certificate
Texas personal identification card
Texas concealed handgun license
U.S. military identification card
U.S. citizenship certificate