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Voters adjust to Voter I.D. Laws for current election
When most people think of the Texas Voter I.D. Law, they think of controversy.
Some say the law protects against voter fraud, while others say it prevents some people from voting.
People without one of the seven acceptable forms of I.D. can get a free Election Identification Card. You can apply at any Department of Public Safety office.
Early voting for the November 5 election began this Monday. It's the first election with the Voter I.D. Law in effect for Texans.
We asked Southeast Texans outside of a polling place what they think of the law.
The seven acceptable forms of I.D. you can bring to the polls are a Texas driver's license, a Texas I.D. card, a Texas concealed hand gun license, a U.S. passport, a military I.D., a U.S. citizenship certificate, or a certificate of naturalization with a photo.