Voter ID

 by Mary Kiffmeyer – Guest Columnist Opponents of Photo ID claim there is “no problem.” But, how could you possibly know that 2.8 million voters are who they say they are without a photo ID requirement? From the 2008 presidential election, we have over 6,200 ballots out of 23,000 cast by voters who still cannot [...]

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This country is stronger when virtually every adult is empowered with his or her constitutional right to vote. Few restrictions should limit this right, and a change in those limits should only be made when it’s been demonstrated that the rights of the majority are in danger. There are two principles of a free election [...]

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By Kent Sulem & Abbey Bryduck   This November, Minnesota residents will be asked to decide whether voters should be required to present valid, government-issued photographic proof of identity prior to casting a ballot. While it is not the job of local election officials to determine whether this concept is valid, it is the responsibility [...]

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