The State’s election officials are gearing up for Election Day, preparing voters and town workers to implement the state’s new voter ID law.
Back in September, the new law required poll workers to ask for an ID during the primary. The idea was to start educating voters, even though it wasn’t required to vote.
The Secretary of State’s office says around 6.5% of voters either didn’t have an ID, or refused to show one in protest of the new law.
Delaney: Obviously it’s a sensitive issue.