Why should we not have to prove who we are to vote?
I'm 57 years old and I have to show an ID at GameStop, BlockBuster, the Post Office when I opened my new PO Box, at Harris Teeter at checkout when I buy alcohol, at the ABC store when I use my credit card at checkout, at the bank to cash a check, and many other places. If there are certain individuals who do not have identification or utilities in their name and so on, then they should have social services make a special card for them that they can show upon voting. The bottom line is that we should be able to prove that we are who we say we are when it comes to exercising our right to vote.
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