nytimes.com – 3:38 pm ET3:38 pm ET By Manny Fernandez Share Tweet Texas ID Law Keeps Hundreds of Ballots From Being Counted HOUSTON – Provisional ballots cast by hundreds of voters in Texas on Nov. 4 never became official in the days after the election, part of the little-noticed fallout from the state’s tough voter ID law. Such ballots were accepted from voters who showed up at the polls lacking ID approved by the law or had some other identification-related problem, such as a driver’s license expired beyond the 60-day time limit.

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