From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge to Wisconsin's voter identification law, restoring the measure it had dramatically blocked ahead of last November's election but not in time for the April 7 ballot.I support the principal of one person-one vote. Also, only US citizens should vote. However, President Obama's radical nominee for to be attorney general says voter ID laws are racist.
The decision by the justices means that the state will eventually require voters to show identification in all elections. But the court's action — made without comment — means the photo ID requirement will not be in place for the spring election, said Kevin Kennedy, the state's chief elections officer.