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SB 105, 36th R.S.
Relating to amending certain statute providing that any citizen possessing the other qualifications of an elector under the Constitution and laws of this State, who was engaged or enlisted in the military or naval force of the United States during the period of time between the first day of October, A.D. 1918, and the first day of February, A.D. 1919, shall have the right to vote in all primary elections and nominating conventions in Texas from and after the passage of this Act until the first day of January, 1920, and providing that the payment of a poll tax shall in no case be required of such person.
Author: William L. Hall
Remarks: The original bill file is missing from the collection held at the Texas State Library & Archives Commission.
Elections--Registration & Suffrage
Military & Veterans
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