At a town hall in Aston, Pa., on Monday, Mitt Romney expressed his support for voter ID laws being pushed in several states around the country.
"We ought have voter identification so we know who's voting and we have a record of that," Romney said. Romney said the attorney general is trying to thwart such measures.
Sen. Marco Rubio, campaigning with Romney, also weighed in, saying he shows his ID when making purchases or getting on a plane. "What's the big deal? What is the big deal?"
This isn't the first time Romney has discussed his support for voter ID laws.