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“Scott Walker: DOJ review found ‘concerns’ with how state gave out free voter IDs”

Wisconsin State Journal: A state Department of Justice spot check of the state’s program for providing free voter IDs found some “concerns” that will be addressed in an upcoming report to a federal judge, Gov. Scott Walker told reporters Friday. … Continue reading ?
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