Should we require an ID to vote?
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« on: October 16, 2017, 11:02:40 pm »

Somewhere between fake news and bias is the knowledge that illegal immigrants vote. It's an easy fix. Require ID. To make it easy for all Americans to vote create a voting day that's not midweek, a national holiday.

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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2017, 11:16:07 pm »

Somewhere between fake news and bias is the knowledge that illegal immigrants vote. It's an easy fix. Require ID. To make it easy for all Americans to vote create a voting day that's not midweek, a national holiday.

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When I went to vote, they required an ID.. BUT they didn't really look at it.  
Also, in California.. they GIVE IDs to illegal immigrants!
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« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2017, 02:18:01 am »

My country requires ID to vote.  You also have to bring in the enumeration document saying where you are allowed to vote that includes name and address.
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« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2017, 11:44:41 am »

The left tells us that requiring ID to vote is racist.   According to them, non whites and non Asians for some reason don't have ID.  

The funny thing is, I don't know any "brown" or black people that don't have ID.   There are countless YouTube videos where people ask about voter ID, (and except college campuses where everything is racist, sexist, rape and whatnot) brown and black people have no problem with being required to have ID to vote.

In Texas, there were 2 cases that went to court quite early after the election.   One case was an illegal who voted in many elections over the years.  The other one was a woman who got her son to vote in place of the dad, thinking he wouldn't vote himself.  She had the son vote for Hillary, but the dad is a Repub.  

Most states give ID to illegals.   Florida, Texas and Illinois give ID to illegals with no indication that they are illegal.   This is how, in part, the illegal above was allowed to vote in Texas.  

I also think that the states fighting against Trump's election fraud investigation know there is wide spread voter fraud by illegals, especially and don't want it to be made public.  

Many states allow illegals to vote on local and county issues, but no state allows (last I checked) illegals to vote on state level issues.
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« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2017, 07:24:12 pm »

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My country requires ID to vote.  You also have to bring in the enumeration document saying where you are allowed to vote that includes name and address.
same here you need 2 documents ID + card issued when you register for voting and you can vote only where you are registered.
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« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2017, 02:20:08 am »

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My country requires ID to vote.  You also have to bring in the enumeration document saying where you are allowed to vote that includes name and address.
same here you need 2 documents ID + card issued when you register for voting and you can vote only where you are registered.

Only voting where one is registered is a good way to prevent fraud.   There are many cases where busloads of people vote at one place, and then are transported to the next voting place, etc. 

Even at the same voting place, some people would wear disguises including hats, mustaches, wigs, etc.   I'll bet Hillary brought suitcases filled with every color pantsuit she had, and probably tried dark glasses and a mustache too!

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