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On election day, Walker supports voter ID law
Gov. Scott Walker speaks after hosting a listening session for invited guests in Monroe on Tuesday afternoon. To order this photo, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - On Tuesday, as voters around the state cast their ballots in the primary election, Gov. Scott Walker supported requiring photo identification at the polls - despite court challenges the law continues to face. Recent rulings have deemed pieces of the law unconstitutional, but during a stop in Monroe on Tuesday afternoon, Walker seemed unfazed by the law taking hits as long as its foundation remains in place.