A constitutional amendment to require a photo ID to vote in Minnesota is trailing slightly in early returns.
If the amendment is approved, all voters would have to present valid photo identification in order to get a ballot.
The early returns could reflect an outsized influence from Hennepin and Ramsey counties, which were reporting returns earlier than many greater Minnesota counties.
Backers of the amendment say it's needed to ensure the integrity of future elections. But its critics say it would make it harder for certain groups of people to vote, including the poor, elderly and minorities.
Most Popular Today
Costco Citigroup Partnership To Have Impact On Citibank In Sioux Falls
Great Western Bank To Close Two Sioux Falls Branches
Target Plans $2B In Cost-Cutting Moves
LLoyd Scraps Plans For Former School For The Deaf
New Gymnastics Facility Holds First Classes
Citigroup Sells OneMain Financial
Fiat Chrysler Brushes Off Snow, Posts 6 Pct Us Sales Gain
- 8.Your Money Matters
Orion Franchise Opening In Dubai
- 9.Crops, Agriculture, General
Wheat Growers/North Central Leaders Explain Merger
- 10.Gas & Energy
South Dakota PUC Approves Rate Hikes For Black Hills Power