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Secretary of State's office sending letters to voters who might not have a photo ID for voting

Nebraska’s new voter ID law, which takes effect in the May 14, 2024, statewide primary, requires Nebraska voters to present a photo ID before voting. In an effort to ensure all Nebraskans are prepared, the Nebraska Secretary of State’s office is sending out letters to voters who may not have an acceptable form of photo ID to vote.

About 97% of registered voters in Nebraska already have a driver’s license or state ID, according to information from county election offices and the Nebraska DMV. The letters are a proactive measure on behalf of the Secretary of State’s office to reach an...


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