Rep. Kolkmeyer Supports Voter I.D.

| February 18, 2013
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Members of the Missouri House approved the Voter ID Bill last week. It stipulates that anyone wishing to vote in any election has to provide some form of state issued photo identification. Critics say it is detrimental to low income and elderly voters; State Representative Glen Kolkmeyer says that’s simply not true.

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The bill still needs to make it through the Senate.

To hear our full interview with Representative Kolkmeyer just click below:

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