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Leslie McCowen says
It is required in 30 states of 50. At any rate, was not meaning it is now required everywhere, I meant under the law, everyone would need one, making it non-discriminatory. Responding to the OP's statement that voter ID laws are voter suppression.
Republican tactics should be called what they are: a deliberate effort to disenfranchise minorities. Why? Because Obama received 76% of the Hispanic vote last time, 66 percent of voters under 30 and 95 percent of the African-American vote in 2008.
Same old rhetoric without a shred of fact. You need an ID to buy beer, cigarettes, fly, take a train, attend both political conventions, go to a bar, receive government assistance, cash a check, open a bank account, just to name a few.
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Angela Kane says
It is sad that rather than fixing a party with losing positions/policies one would turn to cheating.
Warren Samu says
More like mind suppression. Recent studies show that Fox News causes more brain damage than heavy drinking.
Rod Martin Jr says
I'm waiting for someone from Florida to answer - early voting favors Democrats and the GOP Gov. in FL is doing all he can to make sure the lines are long in FL. Winning by cheating is disgusting.
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