Then there is the problem of voting by noncitizens. Many millions of noncitizens live in the United States, some legal and some illegal. They have no right to vote, and it may be difficult to stop them if you live in a state that doesn't require each one to present a picture ID to verify his proper registration.
To assure an honest election, we need Voter ID, and this was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2008. A voter ID law requires showing a photo identification, such as a driver’s license, before being allowed to vote. This good law helps reduce voter fraud that is rampant in many areas of the country. Has your state passed this type of law yet?
I suggest that those who are worried about groups of people not being able to vote, or not having their votes counted, should look into the matter of guaranteeing that U.S. military personnel serving overseas will have their ballots counted. In the 2000 presidential vote election, an untold number of military ballots were never counted in Florida. Thousands of our servicemen are in Iraq or Afghanistan today, and they above all deserve to have their right to vote assured and their ballots counted.
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