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Topic - Brian Keith Ingram
The state of Texas and the Justice Department gave opening statements Monday in a trial over Texas' new voter ID law, setting the stage for a legal battle over the federal Voting Rights Act.
Mr. Ingram told the court he knew of at least four verified instances when someone voted who had recently passed away according to records and said there could be as many as 239 such instances.
Mr. Ingram said that there's a possibility some of those instances are the result of clerical errors.