POLL: Should Voter ID be Repealed?
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Just months after it took effect, Voter ID is expected to be debated by the Legislature again this year.
State Rep. Tim Horrigan (D-Durham) has sponsored a bill seeking to repeal the controversial law approved last year by the Republican-led Legislature. Voter ID gained traction in part due to the James O'Keefe undercover voter controversy during the New Hampshire Primary.
Voter ID requires anyone voting to provide a driver's license or non-driver identification, a U.S. military ID, passport or a sworn affidavit including pictures before being allowed to vote.
What do you think? Should Voter ID be repealed? Or is the law needed here in New Hampshire to cut back on voter fraud? Vote in our poll below, and leave a comment with your thoughts.