“Attorney general rivals offer bills to require photo ID to vote”

 

News from Virginia: “A year after controversial voter identification legislation passed the Virginia General Assembly, several Republican lawmakers are proposing even greater restrictions on the identification required to cast a ballot, including the requirement of photo identification. Del. Robert B. Bell, R-Albemarle, will introduce what he terms “Photo ID — No Exceptions,” a measure that would require voters to present valid government-issued photo identification in order to vote. Acquiring the identification would also require proof of U.S. citizenship, which the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles requires to obtain identification.”

 

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