Is Texas Going to Let Wendy Davis Vote for Herself for Governor?

October 29, 2013

The answer, it seems, is "not without an affidavit." Davis, a Democrat who is running for governor of the Lone Star State in 2014, attempted to vote early in this year's elections in Fort Worth when she was told by poll workers that she had to sign an affidavit in order to vote under Gov. Rick Perry's new voter disenfranchisement law. The candidate's identification showed both her maiden and married names, Wendy Russell Davis, while the voter registration rolls only included her married last name, reading "Wendy Davis." Because the names didn't match exactly, she was required to sign an affidavit to vote.

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