Small changes in voting rules for something as simple as an envelope can keep legitimate votes from being counted. That's the takeaway from Newsy's investigation into what happened with a surge of rejected ballots in Texas.
Newsy Investigates: Surge Of Rejected Ballots In Texas
A cautionary tale from Texas: Even the smallest changes in election laws this year can block thousands of legitimate votes.
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