Minnesota Majority Claims to Find Voter Impersonation Fraud By Michael McIntee | March 6, 2012 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Live Coverage Subscribe to Live Coverage Follow this author Click photo to hear Minnesota Majority's Dan McGrath and then ACLU's Chuck Samuelson Click photo to hear Minnesota Majority's Dan McGrath and then ACLU's Chuck SamuelsonMinnesota Majority’s Dan McGrath says his organization has found evidence of voter impersonation fraud. Minnesota American Civil Liberties Union’s Chuck Samuelson says the fact that it was caught and prosecuted proves Minnesota doesn’t need voter photo ID. Last month, the ACLU offered a $1,000 bounty for finding who someone who has been charged or convicted with impersonating a Minnesota voter after January 1, 2002. Full video of news conferences Chuck Samuelson from the MN ACLU responds below: Documents provided by Minnesota Majority backing claim there is voter impersonation fraud in Minnesota Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.