2 comments on “Voter ID laws; Not Discrimination Despite the Reports

  1. I completely agree, but I could see this getting ugly in court. I think the primary argument will be that if you have to have photo ID to vote, then states/federal gov’t have to give away free ID’s, otherwise it’s essentially a poll tax. I find that hard to swallow, for the reasons you mentioned that you need a photo ID to do a lot of normal things in life.

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    • If I drivers license serves as a valid ID then there is no need to give away free id’s. All they have to do is come up with a list of acceptable identification, then if you have NONE of those you could get a free voter ident card. That being said, requiring valid proof of who you are is never a poll tax.

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