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Early voting begins across Texas for November election

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Early voting has begun across Texas for the Nov. 3 election.

Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos says early voting runs through Oct. 30.

Texans who wish to cast ballots, in early voting that began Monday, must provide identification that includes a photo.

Accepted forms of photo ID are a driver’s license, a Texas personal identification card, a concealed handgun license, a military ID, a U.S. citizenship certificate or a U.S. passport.

Another valid ID is an election identification certificate, which is issued free by the Texas Department of Public Safety.



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