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- Lance G+2Your arguments against voter ID are weak. Its coming. Better get busy getting people ID's. We need them for everything.
A bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform in 2005 chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and former U.S. Secretary of State James A. Baker III found no evidence that requiring photo IDs would suppress the minority vote. The panel recommended a national photo ID system and a campaign to register voters.
In a 2008 column, Mr. Carter and Mr. Baker cited a study by American University’s Center for Democracy and Election Management that echoed the election commission. Among other things, researchers found that in three states - Indiana, Mississippi and Maryland - about 1.2 percent of registered voters had no photo ID.Oct 10, 2012
- We have to move on from those who debate in an intellectually dishonest way. +J. S. Hansenious can't debate in any other way.Oct 10, 2012
- Well...There you go again. Mitt Romney's "dishonest points". And what, pray tell, are his "dishonest points"?Oct 10, 2012
- It's happening on both sides of the aisle, the RNC hired a a consultant that turned in fraudulent voter registrations in Florida.Oct 10, 2012
- Low blow, Sheila. Why not continue to share pro-Romney stuff, rather than air out the rare exceptions to an campaign from the Obama staff that has been fairly ethical?Oct 10, 2012
- Interesting comments folks...and all this time I thought everything was about Big Bird rather than failed policies. Rest assured Elmo will fine even if he has to show an ID. I have doubts about Ernie though. Quick, let's question where Barney stands on this issue.Oct 10, 2012