Voter ID Law for North Carolina?

Voter ID laws … Arizona has one, Georgia has one, and now North Carolina may be requiring its residents to present a photo ID to cast a ballot.

House Bill 351
was filed by Republicans late on March 14, 2011. The bill consists of six parts and would require photo identification, or the voter must cast a provisional ballot. Free voter ID cards with photos could be obtained through county election boards by voters who do not have another valid photo ID. The bill does not allow the use of university IDs by student voters.

To read what critics and proponents of House Bill 351 have to say, please click here.

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