Minnesota voters have shot down the Voter ID amendment, but even just a few weeks ago, it had overwhelming support. So, how did this happen?
Minnesota voters turned back two constitutional amendments Tuesday, defeating proposals to ban gay marriage and require a photo ID for voting that had once been seen as likely winners.
The leader of the campaign to pass a constitutional amendment requiring photo ID to vote appears doubtful about the proposal with most of the vote counted.
A constitutional amendment to require a photo ID to vote in Minnesota is trailing slightly in early returns.
Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie has reworked the title for a constitutional amendment seeking to impose a photo ID requirement for voting.
Republican legislative leaders are intervening in a lawsuit to try to keep a proposed photo ID requirement for voters on November’s ballot.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has set oral arguments for July 17 on a petition to remove a constitutional amendment from the November ballot that would require voters to present photo IDs at the polls.
Voters will decide in November whether government-issued photo identification should be required when voting in Minnesota, after lawmakers approved the ballot measure Wednesday and ended a years-long dispute.
The Minnesota Legislature has agreed to let voters choose in November if they want a voter photo ID requirement in the state constitution, but some political groups have vowed to challenge the amendment in court before it even reaches the ballot.
A proposed constitutional amendment to make voters show a photo ID at the polls is now halfway to a spot on the November ballot.
The Minnesota House passed a proposed constitutional amendment to make voters show a photo ID at the polls. Here is a small sample of some of the things said by representatives during the nine-hour debate.
A proposed constitutional amendment to require voters to show photo ID is headed to the floor of the Minnesota House.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Secretary of State Mark Ritchie say there’s a less expensive alternative to the proposal for a constitutional amendment requiring a photo ID to vote, and that it also runs less risk of disenfranchising some voters.
A group that supports requiring voters to show photo ID is suing the state of Minnesota, saying it’s not doing enough to confirm voter eligibility.
A state Senate committee has passed a constitutional amendment that would ask Minnesotans to decide in November if voting in the state should require a valid photo ID.
Legislation that would require voters to present photo identification before casting a ballot has cleared the Minnesota Senate.
The Minnesota House has passed a bill requiring voters to present a photo ID before they can cast a ballot.
State House Republicans are proposing that Minnesota voters decide whether a photo ID should be necessary to cast a ballot.
The chief House sponsor of a bill to require a photo ID for voting in Minnesota said Monday she expects the Legislature to pass it soon — and that supporters are likely to bring the issue directly to voters if Gov. Mark Dayton vetoes it.
The chief House sponsor of a bill to require a photo ID for voting in Minnesota says she expects the Legislature to pass it soon, and to bypass Gov. Mark Dayton if he vetoes it.
A House panel is expected to vote Tuesday on two proposals that would require voters to produce photo identification before voting.
Republican legislators pushed ahead Wednesday with their effort to make voters present photo identification at the polls, hoping to use their new political muscle to achieve a long-held election law goal.
When Minnesota voters cast their ballots for governor, representative and state legislators, they did not need to show a photo ID to vote. Why not?
This is the number one question you’ve been sending since Election Day. Why don’t we have to show an ID in Minnesota to vote?