by VoteRiders Voter Center | 11.6.18
Ohio voter Liz Shaw went to vote early at the Meigs County Board of Elections and was prevented from voting because the elections clerk misinterpreted OH's voter ID law.
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In PA they don't ask for proof of voting rights. Just walk in and, if your name is on their rolls, you get to vote I would like it if we were required to give a photo ID when voting. I think many immigrants vote even though they are not citizens. Perhaps we should see that only US citizens vote!
I think we should abolish voting.
I turned 18 in Hight School, and voted (1972) in the first year 18 yr olds could vote. I have not missed an election since. This is not hard. We make it easy to vote. Worry about fraudulent votes. That is the big issue.