Tuesday's election was the first big test for Wisconsin's voter
photo ID law -- one of the most restrictive such laws in the nation. And the
results were disturbing.
Many Wisconsinites waited in line for hours to cast their ballots,
while others -- including some longtime voters -- were turned away at the polls
because they lacked one of the few forms of photo ID that can be used to vote.
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