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Voter ID Plan Gets Mixed Reception

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(Las Vegas, NV) — Secretary of State Ross Miller was cheered and booed Friday during a symposium at UNLV, while outlining his Voter ID bill.

It calls for an electronic voter roll system, where workers can verify a person’s identity through the DMV’s database.

Miller says voters will not be required to bring ID when they go to the polls, but some people question whether it will reduce voter fraud.

Miller’s plan will be considered in this year’s Legislature.

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