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Arizona residents will need to present either one form of picture ID with address, like a driver’s license, or two other alternate forms of ID when they go to the polls.
Arizonans have attempted to prevent voter fraud by making state identification laws more restrictive. Voters passed an initiative in 2004, Proposition 200, that would have required residents to provide proof of citizenship to register to vote.
Struck down by a federal court, SCOTUS is expected to hear the case early next year.
The part of the measure requiring ID at polls was upheld by the federal court.
The deadline to register to vote in the state was Oct. 9.