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Problem with Voter ID Laws

25 Jul

I love to vote.  I enjoy making my mark on democracy, because I am so privileged to be living in our country in which our vote means something (maybe not to the impact that we would like, but better than nothing).  So I’m especially irked about Voter ID laws that purport to prevent voter fraud.  Fine, I haven’t done much scientific research about it, but just using my personal knowledge, Puh-lease.  If people wanted to affect policy, there are easier ways about doing it than trying to change a single vote in a precinct (that will have no effect unless you know before hand the vote tally) and being subject to a severe fine/imprisonment.  I mean, seriously, there are easier and better ways to get different politicians. Continue reading

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