Senator Scott Newman once again introduced a bill that would require Minnesotans to present photo identification for in-person and absentee voting.
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Voter ID laws require some form of identification in order to vote or receive a ballot for an election but has been used in US to block voter access. Also see our section on American democracy or our Voter Access archive.
Voters are not to be discriminated against. However, ID laws and stigma are leading to just that effect, keeping some trans voters away from the polls.
Voter identification barriers are still prevalent in the U.S. electoral landscape. Trans and non-binary people are the recent victims.
US state voting and registration laws vary and change frequently. Geoff Mulvihill examines some of the common issues playing out.
A judge has placed a temporary hold on a North Carolina piece of legislation that required that voters show their photo ID at the ballot box.
A federal court said Thursday that it will, at least temporarily, block North Carolina from requiring photo ID at the polls next year.
The Democratic primary debates are set to have presidential hopefuls pitching their vision to American voters. Here are seven questions they should answer.
Daniel Block takes a look at the growing maze of student voting restrictions that America’s learners, particularly in Texas, go through to cast a ballot.
Trump’s voter ID gripe from 2016 was that voter fraud cost him support. He has resurfaced it as he ramps up his reelection for 2020, but its unfounded.
A Purdue ID controversy that has spanned the summer months has come to a close, so says the Tippecanoe County Election Board