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Virginia voters are among those who will head to polls to take part in ‘Super Tuesday’ March 1st. And it’s the first time in a presidential election cycle that voters in the Commonwealth will be required to show an ID when they do. We review what voters need to know before they head out to cast their ballots and consider the challenge to the state’s voter ID law now pending in a federal court.
- Elisabeth MacNamara National President, League of Women Voters of the United States
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