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** FILE ** South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, here with Gov. Nikki Haley in June, argues in a lawsuit filed in February that the U.S. Justice Department erred in blocking the state from requiring voters to show government-issued photo identification to vote. The requirement "will not disenfranchise any potential South Carolina voter," he said. (Jeremy Lock/Special to The Washington Times)

** FILE ** South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, here with Gov. Nikki Haley in June, argues in a lawsuit filed in February that the U.S. Justice Department erred in blocking the state from requiring voters to show government-issued photo identification to vote. The requirement "will not disenfranchise any potential South Carolina voter," he said. (Jeremy Lock/Special to The Washington Times)

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