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Texas Election Code > Title 6 > Chapter 61 - Conduct of Voting Generally

Texas Codes > Election Code > Title 6 > Chapter 61
Current as of: 2011
Subchapter AGeneral Provisions
Subchapter BInterpreter


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mike burleson: ...
Texas Election Code, Title 6, Chapter61, Sec.61.003 defines the distance from the polling place that electioneering may take place as 100 ft. from the outside door of the polling place. Do individual counties have the right to increase that limit without some action such as a city ordinance?

October 23, 2012

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