The courts might have the final say, but not before november 5th.

We asked Chacon what is biggest concern was come election day.

"Well, hopefully that everybody will take their photo ID.  that's our biggest concern right there."

The Dallas Morning News recently reported some women voters whose voter registration cards have their maiden name while their IDs have their married name have run into problems at the polls.

One out of seven early voters in Dallas County have had to sign an affidavit verifying their identity.

There is a cost associated with educating voters on the new law.

A spokeswoman for the Secretary of State's office told me $400,000 has been spent on t-v, radio, print and digital ads.

They can be seen and heard at votetexas.gov.
    

That's also were you can learn more about the new law.

There's a link at kvia.com.