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Voter ID laws don’t seem to suppress minority votes – despite what many claim

Posted on AllSides September 4th, 2019
From The Center
OPINION

Strict voter ID laws require residents to possess a valid, state-approved identification in order to vote.

Support and opposition to these laws primarily fall along party lines. Proponents — mainly Republicans — argue they are needed to protect the integrity of the electoral process. Opponents, who tend to be Democrats, say they're not necessary to reduce voter fraud.

Democrats have a point: In-person voting fraud is almost nonexistent. President Trump's now-defunct Voter Fraud Commission, which was supposed to investigate voter fraud during the 2016 election, was unable to unearth any...

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https://thefulcrum.us/voting/voter-id-laws-dont-seem-to-suppress-minority-votes-despite-what-many-claim

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