by Duluth News Tribune
November 6, 2012 at 11:20 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Minnesota voters on Tuesday turned back a proposed constitutional amendment to require a photo ID for voting, a measure that had once been seen as a likely winner. Continue Reading
Tags: elections, Minnesota, Politics 2 Comments »
no mention in this article about the democrats and other opponents view that genuine flaws in our voter ID procedures that have allowed some felons and other undocumented voters to in fact vote should be addressed legislatively. to be determined is when these corrective actions will begin.
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Early in the campaign, opponents argued that there was no voter fraud so this amendment was unnecessary. When that was shown to be untrue, they switched their tack saying that this amendment too expensive or was flawed and needed to be sent back to the legislature to be fixed in order to make it effective. I hope it comes back before us and gives my vote the protection to which I am entitled — to keep my vote from being diluted by a fraudulent, ineligible, or duplicate vote.
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