Report: Voting in the Hoosier primary: Come prepared

May 1, 2008



A report which includes the findings, 'Indiana's new requirements for government-issued photo identification will almost certainly result in eligible voters being turned away, especially among the elderly and students who do not have the proper identification. In addition to the new requirements, the state's use of paperless voting machines without mandated contingency plans that require more preparation for possible machine breakdown or failure is irresponsible and needlessly invites problems on Election Day.'

READ: Report: Voting in the Hoosier primary: Come prepared


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