Minnesota Senate takes up photo ID
Hours after the Republican-controlled state House voted along party lines, the Senate has taken up the bill to ask voters to approve a constitutional amendment requiring voters show a photo ID to vote. Reporter Bill Salisbury is covering the debate live.
- — Bill Salisbury (@bsalisbury)Wed, Apr 04 2012 10:37:34Sen. Higgins sez photo id question on ballot "is a sham" becuz it doesn't mention scrapping vouching and new provisional ballots.
- — Bill Salisbury (@bsalisbury)Wed, Apr 04 2012 11:52:07Newman denies 500,000 same-day registrants would cast provisional ballots. In Indiana, he sez only 3,690 of 4.5M voters voted provisional.
- — Bill Salisbury (@bsalisbury)Wed, Apr 04 2012 11:53:34Newman sez if you register at poll with photo ID, your ballot would be counted. Sieben says it would have to be verified first.
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