One of those who may testify is Imani Clark, 22, a college student who used to vote in Waller County using her student ID but has not voted since the law took effect. She does not have one of the approved forms of identification and has been unable to travel to a state office to apply for an election ID.
“She doesn’t have access to a car,” said Natasha M. Korgaonkar, a lawyer for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund who is representing Ms. Clark. “Waller County is rural Texas. There’s no public transportation available to her.”