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THE HILL: Virginia governor signs legislation dropping voting restrictions
BY REBECCA KLAR - 04/13/20 08:38 AM EDT
Virginia will no longer require voters to show a photo ID prior to casting a ballot and the state will join a handful of states across the nation in making Election Day a state holiday, Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced Sunday.
Northam said he signed a series of bills aimed at expanded access to voting.
He also signed a bill repealing Virginia’s voter ID law and a bill expanding access to early voting.
The new bill allows for early voting 45 days prior to an election without a stated excuse; Virginia previously required absentee voters to provide the state with a reason from an approved list.
Another bill extends in-person polling hours by one hour, keeping polls open until 8 p.m. rather than 7 p.m.
All the measures passed earlier this year in the Democratic-controlled legislature.
Democrats won control of both the state Senate and House of Delegates in the 2019 election.