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Elections

'Failed By The Courts': Texans Hoping To Vote By Mail Have To Hit The Polls Instead

A series of efforts by Texas Republicans to make access to voting more difficult in the final stretch of the fall campaign comes as the party's lock on the state's politics is getting looser.

Early voters line up in West Lake Hills, Texas, during the first hours of early voting on Wednesday. Acacia Coronado/AP hide caption

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'Failed By The Courts': Texans Hoping To Vote By Mail Have To Hit The Polls Instead

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