You would be required to show a photo ID to cast a ballot under a voting reform measure introduced in the Senate. Senator Delbert Scott of Lowry City says the photo ID is the core of his reform measure. He says the state will provide a photo ID to those registered voters who don’t have driver’s licenses. The bill also would crack down on any methods of intimidation used to discourage voters from casting ballots. Scott also wants to stop the common practice of paying those who register voters for each signature they collect. He says that invites abuse. Scott says the people gathering signatures can be paid, just not per signature.