Wisconsin Voter ID Law Kick Into Gear Tuesday
After months of preparations and controversy, it’s all come down to this week.
Wisconsin’s new voter ID requirements will be kicked into gear in several local primary elections on Tuesday. Voters in wisconsin will need to bring a photo ID to the polls as despite numerous challenges, the law will now go into effect. Governor Scott Walker signed the law last may in an effort to stop voter fraud.
Voters will now have to show one of the eight state-approved photo IDs and proof of residency if it’s not already on the identification.