November 7, 2007

Michigan asks for photo ID for first time on Election Day

mlive.com:
"Despite complaints from the NAACP, state officials are reporting that Michigan's first effort at requiring photo identification to vote was 'smooth and orderly.'

Detroit NAACP chapter general counsel Melvin 'Butch' Hollowell said early Tuesday afternoon that the organization had received 'complaints from all over the city.'

'Voters are angry and confused about the voter ID process,' said Hollowell, adding that NAACP monitors observed problems at some polling places."

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