There’s currently debate in Augusta about the possibility of a bill that would require a license or some form of government ID to vote in Maine.
According to WGME. supporters say showing an ID prevents voter fraud before it happens. Opponents say there is currently no evidence of voter fraud in the state.
There's a new effort in Augusta to require Maine voters to show a photo ID at the polls proving who they are. https://t.co/PlZmRCwiMl
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) February 7, 2023
Maine’s top election official testified Monday against a bill that would require voters to produce photo identification to cast ballots, saying it’s unnecessary and would reduce voter participation. https://t.co/sQz9uJJlBO
— NECN (@NECN) February 7, 2023