Voter ID Vote Is About Partisanship

Voters show their I.D.'s Tuesday at the Alerus Center for the sales tax vote. (Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald)

How can the requirement for a residential address on identification used for voting be unconstitutional when our participation in the American form of government, as defined by the Constitution itself, is defined by our place of residence?

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