Williamson County will scrap precinct-specific voting locations in May and November to become the second Central Texas county to switch to voting centers, which allow voters to cast ballots anywhere in the county.
The Commissioners Court approved using the centers in the next two elections after an hour-long public hearing Tuesday where a handful of residents raised concerns over accessibility, the use of electronic voting machines and potential voter fraud.
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