Tagged as voter ID

Mid Sussex Voter ID Trial tries to fix a problem that doesn’t exist

Mid-Sussex Liberal Democrats: For the first time ever, Mid Sussex residents will have to produce their polling cards or a verifiable ID at polling stations to cast their vote. Mid Sussex has volunteered to take part in a pilot scheme which, if successful, could see this scheme rolled out across mainland UK. The move follows […]

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Photo ID Implementation in Missouri Counties

Electoral Management: Voter ID has been a controversial policy in the US for many years.  Joseph Anthony and David C. Kimball’s study, presented at the Electoral Management Boston workshop, looked at the implementation in Missouri.

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Minister questioned on electoral intimidation and voter ID

Parliament.uk: The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee holds an evidence session with Chloe Smith MP. In this session, the Committee seeks to scrutinise the Government’s recent proposals on tackling intimidation at elections, and to trial requirements for voters to prove their identity at polling stations.

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In defence of voter ID

LocalGov: The morning of 3 May was just like any other sunny election morning. Doing the rounds from one polling station to the next, I witnessed a familiar scene. The same campaign wearied candidates returning from their dawn raids; the returning officers, chirpy and helpful as ever, and more than the occasional voter taking the obligatory […]

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