CNN— Hundreds of mail-in ballot applications are being rejected in some of Texas's largest counties because of the new voting law passed by the Republican-led state legislature last year, according to multiple election officials.
kvue.com—Nearly half of mail-in voting applications in Travis County have been rejected due to new Texas voting law, clerk says. Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir is set to have a news conference on Jan. 18 to discuss the issue.
The Independent—New Texas voting law snags US citizens, mail ballot requests. The impact of a sweeping new voting law that Republicans pushed through last year over Democrats' protests is drawing fire again
CBSDFW—Texas' New Voting Law Snags US Citizens, Mail Ballot Requests. Thousands of Texans — including some U.S. citizens — have received letters saying they have been flagged as potential noncitizens who could be kicked off voting rolls.