There's a new push underway to veto North Carolina's controversial voter ID bill.
Attorney General Roy Cooper is fielding signatures in an online petition to try to convince Gov. Pat McCrory not to sign it.
McCrory hasn't signed the bill yet but he has promised he will.
Cooper said he also sent a letter to the governor telling him the bill is a bad idea and will suppress some voters.
A few weeks ago, the North Carolina General Assembly passed the bill that would make sweeping changes to how voters cast their ballots. If the governor signs it, it will require voters to show a photo ID at the polls.
It also eliminates straight party-ticket voting, gets rid of same-day voter registration and cuts a week of early voting.