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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Will requiring photo ID make Missouri elections more secure?

Gov. Mike Parson signed a bill Wednesday that will make changes to Missouri election law. Among them is a requirement that voters show a valid government photo ID.

Parson signed the bill into law during a ceremony where he was flanked by lawmakers and officials including Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft. These supporters say the changes will make elections more accurate and secure.

But critics say there's so little election fraud that such measures aren't worth the risk of disenfranchising some voters.

What do you think? Vote in the poll below.

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