GOP lawmakers in NH aim to restrict student voting, tighten voter ID requirements while blocking early voting, mail balloting.
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This article traces the progression of Kentucky’s voter ID law, which went from being one of the strictest to one of the most lenient.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced on Wednesday that a bill requiring a photo ID for a provisional ballot would be signed into law.
The British Government has been warned that the newly proposed ID laws disproportionately affect people from poorer communities.
Two Tennessee lawmakers filed bill to allow state and local election commissions to use fingerprints to verify voter identity at polls.
There was an interesting new post on the subject written by Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan
Republican lawmakers are moving swiftly to attack some of the voting methods that fueled the high turnout.
Under the new bill, Georgia voters would be required to make copies of their photo ID and mail them to election officials twice.
The bill would, among other things, mandate that “acceptable identification” be presented by anyone voting in person.
Senator Scott Newman once again introduced a bill that would require Minnesotans to present photo identification for in-person and absentee voting.