While attempting to make a joke, a spokesman for a group supporting the Minnesota voter restriction constitutional amendment reveals a strong argument against it. The "photo ID" amendment is more than just about showing photo ID and people don't know what it all means. Dan McGrath told a news conference "The Secretary of State's title, as an aside, prompted us to reconsider our entire marketing strategy on the voter ID amendment because we felt people would have to know what 'changes to in person and absentee voting and voter registration, provisional ballots' meant. So we actually began to developing an ad campaign that said vote yes on that title." McGrath made the comments after the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Secretary of State Mark Ritchie's more descriptive title for the amendment would be replaced by the original title passed by Republicans in the Minnesota legislature.