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Early Texas Voting Starts Monday

Early voting in the upcoming constitutional amendment election starts Monday.
Early voting in the upcoming constitutional amendment election starts Monday.

If you plan to cast your early vote, expect to show your picture ID.

Texas now requires voters to show a legal picture ID at polling places before getting a ballot. Several forms of photo IDs are acceptable including a Texas concealed handgun license, state identification card, as well as a state driver's license.

Election officials say you can still vote if you've just renewed your driver's license and are waiting for it to arrive in the mail.

"The DPS Receipt. If you go out and you've just gone out to get your new driver's license, the receipt is also acceptable cause now they have a picture on them," Sharon Kaufhold of the Wichita County Election Office said.

Early voting for the constitutional amendment election starts Monday and runs through November 1st.

In Wichita Falls you can vote at the Wichita County Courthouse, Home Depot, and Sikes Senter Mall.

In other parts of the county, here's a look at early voting locations:

The tax office in Iowa Park, the Burkbutnett Chamber of Commerce, and Commissioner Precinct Number 4 Office in Electra.

Early voting hours for next week are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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