I’m home in Massachusetts today to cast my various quixotic votes. I happened to be here on Super Tuesday to cover Mitt Romney’s swan song and when I voted in the Republican primary, I wasn’t asked for ID. The ID requirement is now in effect. Secretary of State Bill Galvin has a radio commercial in which he solemnly reminds everyone to bring identification and promises to make sure every registered voter’s ballot counts — with some exceptions, as Michael Graham points out.
UPDATE: They did not, in fact, request my ID when I voted.
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