Here’s the Background Story:
With so much conflict surrounding voting laws and potential voter fraud, we thought it might be a good time to see what Americans thought about the minimal standards for voters.
Here Are the Contributing Factors:
In Texas alone, more than 16,000 voters didn’t have a government issued ID. Not all states allow you to vote without one, but Texas is one of the few that does. This is especially alarming, since Texas is along the border and home to the constant flow of incoming immigrants, who may be able to vote without being American citizens.
Some feel that voter identification laws are purposely aimed at preventing voters from making their voice heard at the polls. Others are wondering how these same people manage to do things like get through any area that requires proof of age. One glaring issue is that it’s pretty hard to be legally employed without having some sort of identification. Does this mean voters without identification are also unemployed with no plans to become employed?
This Is What Other People Think:
Poll: Should You Have an ID to Vote?
100% Voted Yes
0% Voted No
What Do You Think?
This is one issue that has the nation at odds with each other. The questions surrounding voter ID laws aren’t just about the vote, but about the roles of citizens across the nation. How will you answer that question?
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