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Texas conservatives want to end countywide voting. The costs could be high.

More than 80% of the state’s registered voters can cast their ballot anywhere in the county on election day. Scrapping that option could lead to disenfranchisement, experts say.

By Natalia Contreras, Votebeat and The Texas Tribune
A voter walks past an election sign on his way to vote at Cavazos Middle School in Lubbock on  Nov. 8, 2022.

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