A New Voter ID Law In Virginia
Virginia is the latest in a string of states to impose or tighten voter ID requirements in advance of this year's presidential election. Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell signed a law on Friday that supporters say will make it "easy to vote, tough to cheat." Virginians must now show an ID before their vote will be counted. Supporters say the measure is needed to halt voter fraud, but opponents say the real intention is to suppress the minority vote.