MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - The Government Accountability Board says it is preparing a major statewide public information campaign on the voter photo ID question. The campaign is required by law and is aimed at reducing confusion by taking people through the process. The commercials will start airing next month and will be seen, clustered around the four major elections. A board spokesman says most people have the IDs they will need in order to cast a ballot. They are a Wisconsin drivers license, a state-issued ID card, some student IDs, military IDs and tribal IDs. The law was passed last May. The commercials will cost an estimated half-million dollars.
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