Monday, May 21, 2012

New Va. voter-ID law makes it ‘tough to cheat’

New Va. voter-ID law makes it ‘tough to cheat’
Currently, if voters do not have identification with them at the polls, they can simply sign a sworn affidavit saying they are who they say they are.

Under the law as passed, such a vote will be counted provisionally, and the voter will have to provide proper identification to their local electoral board within three days after the election for his or her vote to count.
Someone was paying attention.
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