Despite Supreme Court ruling, Doyle still against Voter ID
Gov. Jim Doyle is still against making voters show photo IDs at the polls, even though the U.S. Supreme Court says it's constitutional.
The Democrat Doyle still insists the mandate would discourage thousands of poor, older and minority Wisconsinites from voting.
The Supreme Court rejected those arguments Monday when it upheld Indiana's tough voting ID mandate in a 6-3 verdict.
Republicans say the IDs are a must in stopping voter fraud.