The Minnesota Senate is approving a bill that would require voters to provide photo ID to vote in-person, absentee, or by mail. On Monday, the Senate voted 34-32 along party lines on the Republican-backed measure. The bill also establishes a new free-of-charge voter ID card for Minnesotans who cannot afford other forms of ID. The bill is not expected to advance in the Democrat-controlled House and does not have the support of Governor Tim Walz.
MN Senate Passes Voter ID Bill
By Ashley Hanley|2021-05-04T06:44:39-05:00May 4th, 2021|