“It’s unbelievable!, said Air Force veteran Gil Paar. He’s not a fan of the state’s new voter photo ID law.
“I mean it’s not fair,” as Paar showed a government-issued veteran’s photo ID card to vote on Tuesday. He still can’t believe what happened next.
“She says: ‘I’m sorry, you can’t use it.'”
His VA card is not one of the approved photo ID’s under the new law, but the free ID card handed out by the state’s DOT is acceptable.
“Shouldn’t a veteran who gave two, three, four, five years of his life to his country be able to give his I-D card, come on?” said Paar.
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