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But it would continue the politicization of the means of voting and make it harder to vote.
Also, are people putting on disguises so they can vote more than once?
The two major parties continue their sorting into democratic socialists on the left and Mercantilist nativists to the right.
Kris Kobach suffers legal, factual, and professional humiliation at the hands of a federal judge, though his conspiratorial cause still lives on at the White House.
Trump Kills Incompetent 'Election Integrity' Commission, But His Voter Fraud Conspiracy Theory Lives On
Even while euthanizing the bureaucratic expression of his electoral fantasies, the president continues to play vote-counting politics with the Department of Homeland Security and Census.
The technology promises to be a secure and efficient way of confirming voter ID.
New presidential election integrity advisory commission might actually help despite the delusions on which it is based.
People who believe elections are "rigged" tend to stay home.
Trump is right: One party is trying to rig the election
How Bogus Threats of Voter Fraud, Dangerous Abortions, and Other Phony Emergencies Make Honest Debate Impossible
Two Texas laws illustrate a politically poisonous legislative habit.
Photo ID will be required to vote from 2016 onwards
So maybe there's something to it?
Involved invocation of part of Voting Rights Act that was struck down
Voters will have to present photo ID to vote starting next year
Law requires proof of citizenship to vote
International Observers Astounded By America's "Trust Based" Voting System, China Prepares for Leadership Transition
Voter ID is a must in emerging democracies
How would we vote early and often?
Will join all the lawyers being sent out by both sides to shriek about any possible violations