A voter walks past a "Please Have Photo ID Ready" sign as he enters an early-voting polling place in downtown Little Rock, Ark., in May 2014. Voter databases have not always been kept secure.
A voter walks past a "Please Have Photo ID Ready" sign as he enters an early-voting polling place in downtown Little Rock, Ark., in May 2014. Voter databases have not always been kept secure. Danny Johnston AP
A voter walks past a "Please Have Photo ID Ready" sign as he enters an early-voting polling place in downtown Little Rock, Ark., in May 2014. Voter databases have not always been kept secure. Danny Johnston AP

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