The voter ID bar was lowered for mail ballots, but not for in-person voting. We are simply and easily asking for people to prove who they are, as in required by statute passed in 2012. The assertion that asking to include some form of ID with a mail ballot somehow disenfranchises voters, is just plain wrong.
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