Governor McDonnell says the voter ID passed this winter has both good points and drawbacks, and he is still deciding whether to sign it. The bill would require voters to present identification ranging from a driver’s license to utility bill or bank statement, and if they cannot do so, that vote is marked as provisional until the voter returns with ID. Appearing Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union“, McDonnell said it would help prevent voter fraud but also create an additional burden for some legitimate voters. He says he will meet with the State Board of Elections and Attorney General before deciding whether to sign it.