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Sep 01, 2012


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Phoenix Woman

Kittson County has 4500 or so residents, most of whom are not millionaires or even close to being millionaires. Yet they are being asked to shoulder an expense equal to $160 for every man, woman and child -- all for a piece of ALEC-inspired legislation that's useless at fighting the sort of scams it is alleged to have been intended to fight, but will be very effective at keeping many legal Kittson County voters from being able to vote.

That's obscene.

Trish Short Lewis

I grew up in Kittson County, and applaud Auditor-Treasurer Gustafson bringing these very real and legitimate concerns into the public light. I will most definitely be voting NO to the Voter ID amendment in November...

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