On Saturday, the federal district judge presiding in the case brought by challengers of Texas’ voter ID law issued an order allowing Bexar County voters to use a wide range of identification options when casting ballots in a special election for Texas House District 120—for which early voting was scheduled to start Monday .

Those options include allowing voters to sign an affidavit with their birthdate and last four digits of their Social Security numbers as a way of identifying themselves before they cast a provisional ballot.

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