Candidates Respond to Voter ID Ruling
"I disagree with the decision, but we're going to do everything we can in our campaign — I trust that not only the Democratic party but fair-minded Republicans are going to do whatever they can — so that people at the state level can exercise the franchise."
"I have questions about it. Now obviously the law's the law, and has to be followed, but I hope it doesn't in any way suppress or deter voter turnout."
The Brennan Center, which coordinated the amicus briefs, calls the case the most important voting case since Bush v. Gore.
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