Comment: Actually, it's the STATE'S Constitution that holds precedent

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Actually, it's the STATE'S Constitution that holds precedent

The State trumps Federal, remember? Fortunately, most State Constitutions mirror the US Constitution almost completely.
Even so, I'd read the one for your State in regards to voting. But, I really can't imagine there is a reason the laws are not identical.

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