If the state attorney general is forced to sign an affidavit to vote because the name on his driver’s license doesn’t match his name on the voter rolls, that may be a sign that your voter ID law was ill-advised.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott (R) will have to sign an affidavit in order to vote thanks to Texas’ new voter identification law. [...]
Abbott will have to sign an affidavit, his spokesman told The San Antonio Express-News, because the name on Abbott’s driver’s license is Gregory Wayne Abbott while his name on the voter registration list is just Greg Abbott.
Whether or not this is considered a feature or a bug probably depends on who’s trying to cast a vote.