voting requirements Texas Voter ID Law Gets Another Look By Jonathan Baker • Mar 11, 2016 Todd Wiseman / Texas Tribune In regional news, a controversial Texas law is getting another look from a federal court, reports The Texas Tribune. The case involves a law requiring voters to show a photo ID at the polling place. Six months ago a three-judge appeals court panel ruled the law violated the Voting Rights Act. Now the full U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals plans to take up the case. New polling locations in the Oklahoma Panhandle By Cindee Talley • Sep 10, 2014 blogoklahoma.us Secretary of the Texas County Election Board, Glenda L. Williams, announced there are new polling locations for Texas County, Oklahoma. State or Federal Government: Who Defines Voting Requirements? The Legal Posturing Continues By Cindee Talley • Aug 26, 2013 dyn.politico.com Kansas and Arizona Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State, and Ken Bennett, Arizona Secretary of State, are joining forces to save laws requiring proof of citizenship when registering to vote reported the Wichita Eagle.