Voter ID laws: A suspect shot at our elections

Elections have consequences -- some of them unintended. How many voters realized that Republican victories in 2010 would mean the disenfranchisement of potentially millions of voters? Since then, state lawmakers nationwide have introduced more than 180 bills to restrict voting rights, a trend that began during the George W. Bush administration. Full Story
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San Leandro, CA

#1 Jun 25, 2012
What a horses A S S. Republicans dont want to stop votes, THEY WANT TO GET RID OF VOTER FRAUD, something Democrats would love to see this election.
Theo Bevius

Vallejo, CA

#2 Jun 26, 2012
That's right! Republicans don't want to stop votes, they just want all the votes counted to be ones legally bought and paid for by the Koch brothers.

What's the point of making it easy for the young, women, minorities, and the poor to vote, when they'll more thank likely fail to vote for Republican candidates.

All that will do is make extra work for the Supreme Court putting the election result back the way it's supposed to be.

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