St. Paul, MN – Representative Brian Johnson (R-Cambridge) is supporting legislation that would require an ID to register and vote in Minnesota.
“The last election showed us that many people worry about the accuracy of our elections,” Representative Johnson said. “Voter ID is the most common-sense way to make our elections secure.”
House File 3689 would require ID for an individual to vote. Acceptable forms of ID include a license or a voter identification card that would include an individual’s name, address and signature.
The bill is currently in the State Government Finance and Elections Committee for review.