Despite the governor’s threat of a veto, the state House is advancing the election reform bill. The legislation would add restrictions to mail-in voting, allow for early in-person voting starting in 2025, cut off voter registration earlier and require voters to show I.D. at the polls. Wolf says he wants election reform too, but he will veto the bill if it reaches his desk as he disapproves of the changes to voter I.D. requirements. He added that voter I.D. legislation is a barrier to voting.