Disputes over tighter voting procedures grow as election year approaches
Tighter voting laws, such as those requiring voters to produce a photo ID before casting their ballot, in several states could not only disenfranchise some voters, but also lead to longer voting lines next year, according to the results of a mock election in Wisconsin.
House Republicans and Democrats bickered Tuesday over the new laws on the House floor. Democrats said voter ID laws disenfranchise minority, elderly and student voters — who typically support Democrats — while Republicans claimed the new laws reduce voter fraud. [The Hill]Continue reading.
- Democrats to state officials: oppose voter ID laws (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Democrats to state officials: oppose voter ID laws (sfgate.com)
- RU Black? There’s a Campaign to Keep You from Voting in 2012 (goodolewoody.wordpress.com)
- Obama fighting back against war on voting (dailykos.com)
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