Friday, January 5, 2018
On Voter Fraud
I rarely re-print articles by other writers, but this one I think is worth repeating, even if it comes from a pro-GOP blog. First off, let me say that I have no objection to requiring that everyone who wants to vote in an American election must show proof that:
1) S/he is an American citizen,
2) S/he really is who s/he says s/he is,
3) S/he really lives where s/he says s/he lives, and--
4) S/he is at least 18 years old.
Does anybody have a problem with that?
As to whether there is persistent and widespread voter fraud in the USA, well, I was born and raised next door to Newark, New Jersey, and I lived and worked in grassroots politics for 12 years in Chicago. 'Nuff said?
With no more ado: