Tom Ng moved to Frisco, Texas, recently and registered to vote there. Tom says he knew that you don't need ID to vote in Texas -- a judge blocked that law over the summer. But look, above, at what he got from the state. He writes:
Found it interesting that the back of the voter registration card dedicated two paragraphs about voter ID rules Texans would have to adhere by upon federal approval. At first glance, it appeared to me the voter ID law passed and would be enforced. Why else would they dedicate two paragraphs full of details on voter ID rules?
Texans have been pointing out the mixed signals for several months now, but hey. Below, a scene from early voting in Frisco, north of Dallas.