In fact, Texas (and several others) seem to have actually re-instituted the poll tax: You must buy an “appropriate” ID which can only by bought in person, in locations that are hard to reach by public transit. Oh and they’ve also closed a lot of the easy to reach polling places, forcing people to wait in line for up to 8 or 10 hours to vote.
If they actually wanted people to vote, they could take a look at Oregon’s system. Which is not just easy for voters to use, but low tech and much less expensive to buy AND to maintain and operate than electronic voting booths. And unhackable (It’s paper)