North Carolina has a new voter ID law, but will student IDs count?

By Payton Tysinger

Members of the UNC Young Democrats register voters on campus in advance of the 2018 election. (Jessica Snouwaert/Carolina Connection)

North Carolina voters passed a constitutional amendment in 2018 to create a voter ID law. But with the law comes new complications, like whether student IDs will qualify as valid voter identification. Leaders of the UNC System and other colleges in the state say they may not be able to comply with a series of requirements in the new law. Payton Tysinger reports.

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