Missouri Voters Could Be Required to Show a Photo ID at the Polls After All

(MISSOURINET) –  Missouri voters could be required to show a photo ID at the polls after all. Alisa Nelson reports.

“A Missouri voter ID bill is close to passing. The state Senate passed a bill Monday that would allow Missourians without a valid ID to cast a provisional ballot. Their vote would not be counted unless they return the same day with a proper ID or if an election worker can verify their signature. The plan would also ban ballot drop boxes. It would allow no-excuse absentee voting up to two weeks before to the day of an election. The plan heads back to the Missouri House of Representatives for one more vote.”