Wyoming’s Legislature Considering Voter ID Law

After the 2020 election, legislatures across the country are considering new voting laws.

And while no widespread voter fraud has been proven, it has not stopped conservative lawmakers from looking for solutions and new preventive measures.

Wyoming is no exception, with its legislature considering a bill that would require a voter to show an ID before voting in-person.

A person would have to provide a driver’s license, state or tribal ID card, a passport, military ID, a state public school or college ID or a Medicare card.