Early Voting Ending For Texas Primaries
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AUSTIN (AP) - The deadline has arrived for Texas voters to cast ballots early for next week’s Democratic and Republican primaries.
Early voting that began Feb. 18 ends Friday. The election is Tuesday.
Secretary of State Nandita Berry has toured the state to answer questions about the voting process and to remind people that photo identification is required at the polls.
Approved forms of photo ID in Texas include a driver’s license, a personal identification card issued by the Department of Public Safety, a DPS concealed handgun license, a U.S. military ID, a U.S. citizenship certificate, a passport or an election identification certificate issued by DPS.
The general election is set for Nov. 4.
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