DPS to Roll Out Mobile Stations to Process Voter IDs

The Texas Department of Public Safety announced on Tuesday it is offering another way for potential voters to obtain a photo ID needed to vote.

Twenty-five mobile locations will begin processing the election identification certificates on Oct. 1. The documents, which are free for applicants who meet voter requirements and show proof of identity and citizenship, are also available at driver's license offices. 

Tuesday’s announcement follows a DPS decision two weeks ago to extend the hours of about 50 driver’s license offices to include Saturday to encourage more citizens to apply for the documents.

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