ND governor adopts rules for tribal IDs

North Dakota is giving tribal officials on the state’s five American Indian reservations the ability to verify “set-aside” ballots, which are not counted until the voter proves his or her eligibility. The revised system would allow tribes to quickly verify voters, rather than the previous system in which voters had up to six days to return with proof of their identity, possibly discouraging some voters from following through. The Associated Press. 

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