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Votes of 1,064 tossed in May, suit filing says

Enforce ID law injunction, groups urge, citing fall fears

Posted: June 25, 2014 at 4:56 a.m.

More than 1,000 Arkansas voters, most of them casting absentee ballots, did not have their votes counted in May because of the state's voter identification law, opponents of the measure say in a petition filed Tuesday seeking to put the law on hold until its legality can be decided at trial.

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