UNDATED - One of the two Constitutional Amendment questions on the ballot on November 6th is about requiring a photo I.D. to vote.

If the amendment questions passes, voters would be required to show a government approved photo I.D.

If the amendment question does not pass, our current voting rules would stay in place.

Supporters of the amendment say it's needed to eliminate and prevent voter fraud.

Opponents say requiring a photo I.D. would make it more difficult to vote for certain segments of the population, such as: college students, older americans, and members of the military serving overseas.