Tennessee adjusts 1st-time voter ID law after court order

To comply with a court order in September, Tennessee has altered its identification requirements for most first-time voters voting by mail. First-time voters who wish to vote by mail will be allowed to include a photocopy of their proof of address with their ballot. Under Tennessee law, this does not need to have a photo. The state is also appealing the court’s decision.

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