How a new law ‘turbocharges’ difficulties of voting in Texas

From PBS NewsHour.

Later in this midterm election year, voters in 19 states will head to the polls with new, more restrictive voting laws on the books. One of those states is Texas, where the party primaries are just a few weeks away. Some voters and election workers say one provision in the new law in the Lone Star State is already causing confusion. Geoff Bennett reports.

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