It appears that 2012 will come and go in North Carolina without voters being required to show photo identification at the polls.
Last year, the legislature approved a measure that would have required most voters to show a photo ID before casting their ballots. Gov. Beverly Perdue promptly vetoed the legislation.
Unlike a lot of her other vetoes, this one stuck.
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