We have no objection with requiring some sort of identification for people to vote. Right now all voters are required to do is sign the election book, and if a poll worker decides the signature matches, they get to vote. The law includes a provision that allows one voter to challenge another, but it’s rarely done. Ross Miller’s proposal to import DMV photos into the electronic voter database offers an additional check for those folks who are concerned that perhaps people who aren’t supposed to be voting are casting a ballot. For those who don’t have a DMV identification, poll …
Our Opinion: Voter identification proposal has merit
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