HJR 1 Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that a person seeking to vote in a public election may be required by general law to provide a valid government-issued photo identification

Current Bill Summary

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HJR 1 - Upon voter approval, this constitutional amendment provides that a voter seeking to vote in person may be required by general law to identify himself or herself as a United States citizen and a resident of the state by providing valid, government-issued photo identification. Exceptions may be provided for by general law.

This amendment is identical to SJR 31 (2014), substantially similar to SJR 5 (2015), and similar to SJR 6 (2013), HJR 5&12 (2013), HCS/HJR 89 (2012), HJR 92 (2012), HCS#2/SJR 2 (2011), and HJR 64 (2010).

SCOTT SVAGERA


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