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A Missouri judge on Tuesday ruled that state election officials can no longer spread materials that indicate voters must provide a photo ID in order to cast a ballot, Reuters reported.
The news outlet reported that Judge Richard Callahan, who sits on the Cole County Circuit Court, ruled that the materials must also specify other forms of identifications that voters can show. He additionally wrote that state authorities can’t require people who are otherwise qualified to vote to sign a sworn statement.
The article goes on to state the following:
The ruling effectively blocked a portion of Missouri’s voter identification law one month before November’s midterm elections.
Priorities USA, a Democratic super PAC that filed the lawsuit in June, hailed the ruling as a win for voting rights, Reuters reported.
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A Missouri judge has ruled that state election officials can no longer tell voters that a photo ID is required to cast a ballot. https://t.co/ty88JbJaPn
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 10, 2018
“No compelling state interest is severed by misleading local election authorities and voters into believing a photo ID card is a requirement for voting,” Cole County Judge Richard Callahan stated in his ruling. — #moleghttps://t.co/3wmJsVK0aO
— The Missouri Times (@MissouriTimes) October 9, 2018
Voters win in Missouri…
— The Fighting Liberal (@texyellowdogdem) October 10, 2018
“A Missouri judge on Tuesday blocked key portions of the state’s voter photo identification law, meaning some voters could find it easier to cast ballots in a November election headlined by a hotly contested U.S. Senate race.”
GREAT NEWS! https://t.co/3WBAlfMJtE
— Rachel R. Gonzalez (@RachelRGonzalez) October 9, 2018
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