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The Texas Tribune discusses how voting and elections could change in Texas

Heider Garcia, the Tarrant County elections administrator, and Isabel Longoria, the Harris County elections administrator, discussed the future of voting in Texas, a state with some of the nation’s most restrictive voting rules.

Knowing things could still change in SB 7’s final version, what are the potential impacts on your county if these proposed voting restrictions go through?

What kind of voters did you try to serve with extended voting hours, and who would be most affected by limiting those hours?

What are the potential effects for voters with disabilities? 

What would be the one thing you would do if you could make the Legislature do anything you wanted so you could better run your elections?

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