MONTGOMERY– Over 2,300 free photo voter ID cards have been produced in Alabama leading up to Tuesday’s primary elections, Secretary of State Jim Bennett announced.

Photo voter identification cards can be obtained by a voter up to, on and even after the day of the election. There is no cut-off date to receive a free photo voter ID.

Bennett said he hoped to see many voters at the polls on June 3 and predicted that 25- 27% of registered voters will show up to vote. In the last gubernatorial election for Alabama in 2010, there was 32% turnout in that primary.

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