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Monday, May 08, 2017

Iowa Gov. Signs Voter ID Law

Iowa Republican Gov. Terry Branstaad signed a voter identification law Friday morning that requires voters to show ID at polls beginning in 2019 and reduces the state’s early voting period to 29 days.

“We welcome Iowa to the growing collection of states enacting necessary reforms to prevent against voter fraud and boost confidence in our elections,” Public Interest Legal Foundation President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said in an email statement on the law. “This law is a step toward modernizing elections with policies and infrastructure designed to protect voters from error and fraud alike.”

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great legislation - anyone that is against this should be reminded that there is a requirement for ID to get welfare, food stamps, buy booze, buy cigarettes, drive, and cash a check - they can show the same ID!

Anonymous said...

They want voter fraud period.