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USA.Gov - In most U.S. elections, an individual either needs to vote in-person at an official polling place or by casting an absentee ballot, which at this time, may no longer be accessible. Once a polling place has been found in an individual's respective state, it's important to bring a form of government ID and/or a voter registration card. And just like that, another vote has been casted!
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- Texas early voting turnout significantly lower than 2020, 2018 link
Republican groups file legal challenges to voting process before Election Day
Approaching the last day of voting in these midterms, lawsuits have been filed targeting the elections process in several key states. The challenges take issue with how votes are being cast and which ballots get counted. The lawsuits threaten to slow down the final vote counts and the certification of some results. Election law expert Rick Hasen joined William Brangham to discuss the cases.
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- Voters In Georgia Set Early Voting Record link