by Duluth News Tribune
October 13, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
ST. PAUL Here are some issues related to a proposed constitutional amendment that would require Minnesota voters to produce photographic identification before casting ballots:
Tags: elections, Minnesota 1 Comment »
I guess I do not understand WHY, if a voter does NOT check a YES or a NO vote for this amendment…..that it would be counted as a NO vote to the amendment question! I have not heard of a legitimate answer to that question….yet! To me, if a voter leaves the question open (NOT ANSWER)….that particular ballot would NOT have a vote TOWARDS the amendment question! It should NOT count as a YES or a NO towards the question! The rest of the votes on the ballot should count….but any votes or questions that are unanswered should count …..AT ALL!
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