What are some ideas to make Voter IDs easily available at no cost?
- ArcherLv 71 month ago
Nothing the government does is "no cost" but those who promotes such simply know that "they" will not pay for it.
- FoofaLv 71 month ago
Put money into a program to issue a national ID to every eligible citizen...you know, the way EVERY OTHER COUNTRY ON EARTH DOES IT.
- u_bin_calledLv 71 month ago
mandatory participation in fingerprinting, micro chipping and facial recognition programs...
think I'm joking? ever notice how government likes to identify a problem then promote "progressive solutions" that inevitably make it worse...? Once the problem becomes a "crisis" they convince the people to support more "solutions" that require tax increases, convince people to trade liberties for security...or both?
- DaroLv 71 month ago
In our state they are already free. Didnt stop crooked "judges" from declaring them "unconstitutional" based on racism, even tho race is not a requirement in the bill at all.
They just want to make sure Demokkkrats can keep getting the illegal alien vote. Thats the only possible reason for fighting what the people (BOTH parties) want.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Make them available free of charge
It’s not rocket science here ... let the DMV issue them. A birth certificate or passport is needed to qualify
- Anonymous1 month ago
In Australia if you're enrolled to vote the AEC send you a letter and it says take this with you to the polling booth so we can identify you. It's also compulsory to show up with that letter and receive the voting papers for both houses of parliament but it's up to you if you want to fill them out. BTW over 90% of people do fill them out properly. the AEC also invite people from all political parties to watch while the votes are counted to make sure nothing dodgy is going on, they're called scrutineers.
- Uncle PennybagsLv 71 month ago
Simple. Give the DMV access to state assistance program data.
If someone is getting Food Stamps or Section 8 or Medicaid, all programs administered by the States, the DMV should have access to that data. Anyone on any of those programs would qualify for a no cost ID.
All the DMV needs to know is if the person is currently on any of those programs and their address. Nothing else. If the name and address match, Free ID.
- W.T. DoorLv 71 month ago
US states already do that.
In states that require ID the agency that oversees elections will help disabled or elderly voters obtain an ID.