Proposed voter ID amendment should not be confused with current voter laws
WILLMAR -- All the talk about voter photo identification may have some new voters confused about what is actually required when they go to the polls on Tuesday.
Although people will be voting on a proposed constitutional amendment that would require voters to present a "government-issued" photo ID prior to voting in future elections, that's not the law now.
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