Questions remain over new Native American voting IDs in North Dakota

ABC News Radio,  November 5, 2018

North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger told ABC News[:] “[The IDs] can be in any fashion that [the tribes] want as long as what they provide has a name, date and residential address.” ...

Jaeger said tribal IDs with new residential addresses would be accepted at the polls, but couldn’t answer whether all the residential addresses would be considered valid — a concern of the tribes based on their experience with flaws in the state’s system for determining addresses in rural areas.

He said it’s up to tribes to make the determination of whether or not an address will be valid, and that from an election perspective, as long as a residential address appears on the ID presented, poll workers would “most likely” accept it as a valid ID to vote.

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