It happened to me again – twice in one week. I had to show photo identification for two common transactions: one financial and one medical. The experience reminded me that voter ID still hasn’t taken effect here in North Carolina, despite voters having approved a constitutional amendment that would require ID. In 2018, that amendment passed easily. If you’re wondering what gives, the answer can be boiled down to one word: lawsuits.
On “Front Row with Marc Rotterman,” Locke’s Mitch Kokai offered a short and valuable primer on what to expect for voter ID in 2022.
there’s still a lot of action to be determined before anyone has to use voter ID
Locke’s Mitch Kokai on Front Row with Marc Rotterman
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