Legislation Just Passed Requiring Voter ID

Michigan’s Repub­li­can-led Sen­ate on June 16 passed sev­er­al bills that, if signed into law, would imple­ment more vot­er iden­ti­fi­ca­tion require­ments for in-per­son vot­ers and absen­tee vot­ers, adding Michi­gan to a grow­ing list of states pur­su­ing more strin­gent elec­tion measures.

All Sen­ate Repub­li­cans vot­ed in favor of the three bills, while every Sen­ate Demo­c­rat opposed them.

Cur­rent law stip­u­lates that Michi­gan res­i­dents who don’t have pho­to iden­ti­fi­ca­tion when they vote in per­son can still cast their bal­lot if they sign an affi­davit at their des­ig­nat­ed polling loca­tion. More than 11,000 indi­vid­u­als cast bal­lots this way dur­ing the Nov. 3 elec­tion, accord­ing to elec­tion officials.

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