Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson tells Indy Politics she hasn’t gotten any complaints about the State’s voter ID law and worries that recent court decisions may cause some lawmakers to want to tinker with it.
A Pennsylvania judge recently ruled most of that state’s newly passed voter ID laws could not be enforced because there was not enough time for every citizen who would need an ID to vote to get one.
In the past there has been some discussion about amending the state’s voter ID law to allow for more kinds of ID, however Lawson says that would only open up the door to more litigation.
You can hear Lawson’s comments below. They run approximate 9 minutes. She also discusses voter registration and what she expects regarding turnout in the 2012 elections.