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Secretary of state pushes for voter ID law awareness

April 15, 2014

Voter ID is less about mitigating voter fraud, according to Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, and more about executing the will of the people.

In 2011, 62 percent of Mississippi voters approved a constitutional amendment to require registered voters to show photo ID before casting their ballots. Though the amendment endured a long road to fruition even after the public vote, the “will of the people” will see its debut in the June 3 Congressional primary elections. And so far, Hosemann said, so good.

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