AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A federal judge says Texas voters must be notified of any issues with their signature on mailed-in ballots.
In a ruling late Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia found that the process used by Texas officials to determine whether a voter’s signature on their ballot envelope matched the signature on the person’s vote-by-mail application violated “certain voters’ constitutional rights.”
Garcia issued the ruling late Tuesday. Texas allows people to apply for a mail-in ballot if they are 65 or older; disabled; outside of the county on Election Day and during early voting; or confined in jail, but otherwise eligible to vote.
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