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Midterm Elections / North Dakota / Voter Law #1131237

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 17, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(North Dakota: Drew Griffin) A new law in North Dakota requiring voters on tribal lands to have a valid street address examined; scenes shown from the Standing Rock reservation. [Native American Terry YELLOW FAT - talks about his voter ID.] [Native Vote ND Margaret LANDIN†- says reservations don't have street addresses: it is discrimination.] [North Dakota Secretary of State Al JAEGER - defends the new ID law.] The support of Native Americans for Senator Heidi Heitkamp recalled & the bigger story of laws making it harder, not easier, to vote explained; map shown. [April 5, President TRUMP - says in California people vote many times.] The lack of evidence about massive voter fraud noted. [Brennan Center for Justice Myrna PEREZ†- talks about the laws.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The message to show up & vote discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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