Can you already tell that it's a presidential election year? Although Indiana’s Voter Identification Law has not yet gone into effect, the U.S. Supreme Court has already entertained debate about its constitutionality
. The law mandates that each voter present a valid photo id
before voting; a voter without proper identification may fill out a provisional ballot, which will not be counted unless he or she presents a photo ID within ten days of Election Day.
You can find more information on the law by clicking this link to the Indiana state government website
, or by clicking this link
to an article on Law.com, or this link
to an NPR special report on the law. You can also access a transcript of the oral argument from the U.S. Supreme Court by clicking here