Secretary of State talks about voting in Texas

Election Day is almost here and Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos is the joins Good Day live from Austin.

For the first time in a presidential election, voters in Texas can use a government document other than a photo ID. There have been complaints in counties all over the state about confusion and misleading information about what kind of documents can be used.

The state's chief elections officer also talks about what you should expect from poll watchers and explains what to do if you suspect voter intimidation or fraud, or if you have any other voting issues on Election Day.

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