ST. PAUL, Minn. — With three weeks left to go before the election, groups in Minnesota are ramping up their efforts related to the two proposed constitutional amendments that will be on the ballot.
One amendment is the voter ID proposal, which would ask voters if they want to put a requirement into the state's constitution that voters present a photo ID before casting a ballot. Groups that oppose that effort include the League of Women Voters, and that group's national president was in town this week. We spoke to her yesterday.
Today we hear from Minnesota Majority executive director Dan McGrath. He's also the chairman of protectmyvote.com, the main pro-photo-ID amendment group.
I asked him about something that came up with my interview yesterday from the 'no' side: Are there too many questioned left to be answered by lawmakers after the election if this amendment passes?
Follow Tom Weber on Twitter: https://twitter.com/webertom1