In light of yesterday's filing of voting fraud charges, I have the following question for opponents of voter ID.
that the current law was amended to provide free copies of birth
certificates. Assume that it also authorized a series of "registration
weekends" in which DMV offices would be open for those who cannot make
it during normal hours. Perhaps we could even set up a couple extra
"outreach" stations during these weekends at which a DMV employee would
be availbale to issue IDs. Finally, if someone was still unable to get
an id card, they could still vote if they signed an affidavit - under
penalty of perjury - explaining their inability to vote. Their photo
would be taken at the time they signed the affidavit and filing a false
affidavit would be a felony.
Would you still oppose voter identification laws?
Cross posted at Purple Wisconsin.