You're full of sh*t. The U.S. Supreme Court upheld voter ID laws in all states except the few that require approval before enacting such a law...SC is one of those states. Most states can enact voter ID laws without a problem.<quoted text>
States do not have the right to discriminate on who they allow to vote, EasyFaggggggggg.
Check the US Constitution.
Some states- E.G.- SC- have imposed additional barricades to voting.
Not unlike the poll taxes in the 60s.
If you don't register to vote, you can't vote. If you're a felon, in many states, you can't vote. So, obviously states *do* have the right to say who can vote within their borders.
The crap SC (and other states) have to go through was supposed to be temporary and should've been ended long ago.
The idea of registering to vote when you got a driver's license is what changed everything. They didn't require to prove you're a citizen. All you had to do was check off a box stating you were a citizen and you were registered to vote. That's what is prompting this requirement for voter ID. Many illegals and/or immigrants (legal resident aliens) were found to be registered to vote...illegally. Not saying they *did* vote, but they were registered.