5 Things to Know About Voter ID Laws

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Did the Laws Work By Curbing Any Fraud?

The absence of massive problems might mean the laws worked as intended, or it might mean nothing at all. Primary voters often are fully engaged in the political process, and their numbers are relatively small compared with general elections. The laws could have a different effect in November, when larger numbers of people could show up at polls without ID. 

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