Keep it easy to vote by ensuring ballot integrity

  • Article by: NORM COLEMAN
  • Updated: October 5, 2012 - 7:44 PM

Opponents of Minnesota's constitutional amendment to require a valid photo ID prior to voting are increasingly crying wolf rather than focusing on the facts. The developing logic around their opposition suggests that they are of the opinion that some level of voter fraud is acceptable in Minnesota and that a photo ID is an impediment to voting.

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