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Sep 25, 2012


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Phoenix Woman

Kudos to former VP Mondale for mentioning the anti-rural feel of this ballot amendment. If you wanted to design something to make it as difficult as possible for rural shut-ins to vote in this era of austerity mania, it would be hard to top this amendment.


Our township has only mail in voting (Malta/Big Stone County). How will we be able to vote under the voter id law? We have no polling place.

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