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Are you voting in the Texas primary? Tell us about it.

<i>Sergio Flores/Getty Images</i><br/>In this October 2020 file photo
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In this October 2020 file photo

By Kelly Mena

Texas’ March 1 primary is only a few weeks away, and it’s the Lone Star State’s first election to be conducted under a new law that made major changes to voting procedures.

Among the changes are:

  • Instituting new ID requirements for voting by mail.
  • Limiting early voting hours to 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Making it a state felony for local election officials to send unsolicited applications for mail-in ballots.
  • Banning drive-thru voting.

Are you voting in the primary? Have you experienced any issues? Do you agree with the changes? Share your story.

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