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Supporters of the voter ID amendment, which will appear on the 2012 ballot, say the amendment is designed to cut down on illegal voting. Yet, as the amendment stands now, it may also prevent legal voters from participating in elections. Here is a look at the arguments of those who feel that Minnesota voters should vote "no" on the voter ID amendment.
The sponsors of the Voter ID Amendment on the 2012 ballot is designed to cut down on illegal voting. But with how the amendment stands now, it may also negatively legal voters. Here we will look at the arguments of those who feel that Minnesota voters should vote no on the Voter ID Amendment.