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PBS NEWSHOUR

How Will Controversial Voter I.D. Laws Affect Poll Turnout?

  • Aired: 11/05/2012
  • 08:51
  • Rating: E
Lawyers gear up to monitor polling stations on Election Day to ensure voter fraud is limited and voter rights are protected. Jeffrey Brown talks to The Associated Press' Curt Anderson and Brennan Center for Justice's Michael Waldman on what to expect, especially in light of legal battles on early voting and new voter I.D. laws.
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