Reba Bowser and her son, Ed, were all smiles last Saturday (Feb 6) after he helped her fill out her voter registration application in Asheville. But she was turned away from the Asheville DMV office on Monday when she applied for the photo ID she'll need in order to vote in the March 15 primary.
Reba Bowser and her son, Ed, were all smiles last Saturday (Feb 6) after he helped her fill out her voter registration application in Asheville. But she was turned away from the Asheville DMV office on Monday when she applied for the photo ID she'll need in order to vote in the March 15 primary. Amy Lee Knisley
Reba Bowser and her son, Ed, were all smiles last Saturday (Feb 6) after he helped her fill out her voter registration application in Asheville. But she was turned away from the Asheville DMV office on Monday when she applied for the photo ID she'll need in order to vote in the March 15 primary. Amy Lee Knisley

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