Wisconsin Photo ID Law Threatens Right to Vote for 300,000. Gov. Walker’s Fine with That

October 6, 2014

On Election Day, some 300,000 registered voters in Wisconsin could have their voices silenced. And that’s exactly what Gov. Scott Walker (R), the Republican-majority state legislature and their corporate and extremist backers had in mind when they passed the restrictive voter photo ID law in 2011.

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