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Do you have proper ID to vote in Wisconsin?



300,000 registered voters do not

It could be deemed a conspiracy.

A significant change in Wisconsin voting rules for the upcoming elections has been coupled with almost no money to let voters know about said change.

The state’s five-year-old voter ID law will finally be in place, but state lawmakers have refused to budget any money to advertise that fact.

Over 300,000 in Wisconsin registered do not have the proper ID to cast a vote, according to Andrea Kaminsky with the League of Women’s Voters.

“We’ve been going to college campuses and high schools and senior centers and community fairs, trying to get the word out,” Kaminsky said. “For somebody who doesn’t have an ID, now is the time to get it.”

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed voter ID into law five years ago, but it’s been tied up in court challenges for nearly every election until now.

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