County clerks in Texas claim that new voting laws are causing a large number of mail-in ballots to be returned.

PROVO, UT - November 6: A employee at the Utah County Election office puts mail in ballots into a container to register the vote in the midterm elections on November 6, 2018 in Provo, Utah. Utah early voting has been the highest ever in Utah's midterm elections. One of the main proportions on the ballot in Utah is whether Utah will legalize medical marijuana. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

After tonight’s close of early voting, we’ll only have three days left until Election Day.

The Republican and Democratic primaries on Tuesday will be the first elections held in Texas since lawmakers overhauled the state’s election procedures.



County clerks across Texas are reporting that the new laws are causing tens of thousands of mail-in ballots to be returned to voters.


Angel San Juan of KFDM/Fox 4 reports on what voters may do to ensure that their ballots are counted.

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