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Our Vote Our Future, the main group opposing a proposed constitutional amendment requiring voters to show photo identification, released its first television spot. The commercial features former DFL Secretary of State Joan Growe, who held the office for more than two decades, and will be broadcast in the Twin Cities Market beginning Monday.

Voter ID opposition goes up on airwaves

Our Vote Our Future, the main group opposing a proposed constitutional amendment requiring voters to show photo identification, released its first television spot. The commercial features former DFL Secretary of State Joan Growe, who held the office for more than two decades, and will be broadcast in the Twin Cities Market beginning Monday.

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