Campaign underway to educate N.D. residents on voter ID requirements
BISMARCK -- North Dakota’s secretary of state is spending about $700,000 on a public education campaign to make residents aware of the state’s voter identification requirements, which Republican lawmakers changed last year against Democratic opposition.
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