as long as they didn't give anyone a problem if they didn't have one. When they asked, that at least made it clear to voters that they will need one in the future. I was asked, I told them that I did have one but understood that I did not need it to vote in this election, and I refused to show it when they tried to push it. Well, one woman tried to push it, the other agreed with me that I did not need to show it. Of course the first woman added that I will need it next time. I said if that was the law, I would be ready. But it was good that they asked at an election with large turnout, so the people will know.