Voter Fraud: A Fact Democrats Wish Was Fiction
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), only 34 states currently have laws requiring voters to produce some form of identification at the polls, with just 32 of these laws in effect for the 2017 election.
If a voter doesn?t have to show proper government-issued identification, how can American citizens be sure that only those with the right to vote are the ones casting their ballots going into the 2017 and 2018 elections?
Each and every one of us needs to review our states voting identification laws and ensure there are no loopholes that might allow voter fraud to slip through the cracks.
The ACE Electoral College Network notes:
The level of required proof of identity varies considerably between jurisdictions. Some jurisdictions simply require voters to sign a declaration stating their eligibility when registering to vote. Others require voters to provide documentary proof of identity. Some jurisdictions record evidence of identity such as fingerprints or portrait photographs for use during the voting process.
According to a 2016 Washington Post-ABC poll, nearly half of Americans say voter fraud happens often. With this much distrust in the voting system, it?s time the voters took action and push for more voting identification standards to be evaluated and improved.
The same poll shows that Trump supporters specifically think voter fraud occurs often, and in my opinion, Trump voters have every right to feel this way considering multiple instances of voter fraud being uncovered in recent elections.
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