Texas' new voter ID law could delay the amount of time required for hundreds of thousands of Texans to cast a ballot, forcing hours of delays at polling places across the state. Indeed, Texas voting precincts could require nearly six additional hours to process voters caught by this law in 2016.
In this month's statewide elections in Virginia, 222 voters were forced to cast a provisional ballot because they did not provide a valid form of voter identification at their polling place. Of those voters, just 88 ultimately had their votes counted.
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"If it hurts a bunch of college kids that's too lazy to get up off their bohunkus [sic] and get a photo ID, so be it," and "if it hurts a bunch of lazy blacks that wants the government to give them everything, so be it."