Delbert Hosemann Says Voter ID Program Went Smoothly

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Updated: 6/03/2014 6:58 pm
Mississippi Secretary of State, Delbert Hosemann, says his fears of problems arising from voters being asked for identification did not materialize Tuesday. Hosemann says, "We are getting very, very few phone calls. Mostly it's about equipment issues, and some change of precincts, virtually none about voter ID. I think it's going real smoothly. Mississippians are fixing to turn a chapter here."

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