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Voting-rights advocates worry Texans will be prevented from easily participating in democracy

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Jolene Almendarez / Texas Public Radio
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The elections office in Bexar County is the online site where voters can hand deliver a mail ballot

Advocates for free and fair elections say various state government laws, limitations, programs and missteps in Texas will further impact voters' ability to easily and safely participate in the democratic process.

What are their chief issues? What's being done to resolve the existing problems or circumvent what they say are overly burdensome voting restrictions in Texas?

Click here for a list of all Texas voting deadlines for 2022.

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*This interview was recorded on Thursday, January 20.

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