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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

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No, this will disadvantage those who do not have the resources to obtain one

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@8MLN9XC from Minnesota commented…2yrs

No, this will disadvantage those who do not have the resources to obtain one

No that is a form of voter suppression, by requiring a photo ID at the polls you aren't going to let millions of people, in low income neighbor hoods centered around big cities, to vote. Many people in big cities don't get there drivers license for they don't need to drive to work, they can take public transportation. So by requiring it that is suppressing the vote by only allowing rich people from the suburbs to vote i.e. white people.

@94BQQXV from Texas commented…1mo

A driver license is only $25, I'm not a citizen so I have to renew every year, but I don't have any problem with that.


How come an American cannot let aside $25 every 5 years?

@95R9Z7N from Washington commented…4 days

While 25$ isn't much to me, it will be to some people. Also, there should never be a fiscal charge for voting. If you don't have, or can't afford a driver's licence, there should be a alternate form of (photo) ID available for free. We need it to get on a airplane, voting is just as important.

@59VC7RDfrom Florida  answered…2yrs

No. The only voter fraud that has been proved is perpetrated by political parties, not voters.

@95XDK8Dfrom Maine  answered…25mins

Yes, and the posession of a standardized nationwide photo ID-card or substitute for non-citizens should be mandatory and free to obtain.

@95XCGXN from Indiana answered…50mins

Yes, but it should be one provided by the government not one that we citizens have to pay for.

@95XB9PX from Kentucky answered…1hr

Yes, but only for people who have been convicted of a federal crime or are a suspicious POI. (Person of interest.)

@95X9XBB from Florida answered…1hr

Yes, but the government should provide a free national photo ID. This could easily be accomplished through the Social Security office.

@95X7SVF from Utah answered…2hrs

Depends, I think yes if you can so we can prevent voter fraud but no so those who dont have the resources to obtain one dont have a disadvantage. I think they need to have someone prove that they cant get one.

@95X4RCWDemocrat from Nebraska answered…3hrs

@95WZVBJ from Illinois answered…4hrs

@95WSP45 from Washington answered…12hrs

@95WRRBTRepublican from California answered…14hrs

@95WQXSZfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…15hrs

No, and auto registration for all who turn 18 and showing ID will disadvantage some voters.

@95WQRVM from Maryland answered…15hrs

Yes, and everyone should be given the ID for free, and allow for an affidavit, if for some reason an ID cannot be produced.

@95WQ4QB from Pennsylvania answered…16hrs

Yes, but proof of US citizenship should be required to get the ID.

@95WPJRW from South Carolina answered…17hrs

No, every citizen eligible to vote should be automatically registered to vote and fingerprint technology should used to verify the voter.

@95WNNQR from Massachusetts answered…18hrs

Yes, and have programs in place to help those who don't have resources to attain one to get one.

@95WN8GZ from California answered…18hrs

Yes but make obtaining eligible identification easy for anyone who wants an ID

@95WM2RJ from Hawaii answered…19hrs

Yes, but make getting a photo ID super easy, fast, accessible, and free.

@95WKJQ7 from California answered…20hrs

@95WKJCXSocialist from Virginia answered…20hrs

Yes, and the state should be required to assist and provide that ID free of charge so that every citizen can vote.

@95WJPGM from Alabama answered…21hrs

@95WJ8ZZ from Florida answered…22hrs

Yes, but only if IDs can be provided free of charge and within 5 miles of any resident.

@95WJ696 from Minnesota answered…22hrs

Yes and but also add different id options such as college Id or library car with a SSC or birth certificate

@95WFGCB from New York answered…24hrs

Yes, but only if ID is available for free and is easily obtainable by everyone.

@95W6B6Z from Illinois answered…1 day

@95VMYRBIndependent from North Carolina answered…1 day

@95VJSZF from Maryland answered…2 days

Yes, but only after getting a photo ID and voting become convenient for everybody

@95VH4D3 from Oregon answered…2 days

Yes, though it should be provided with voter registration and be accepted as a federal ID same as a drivers license.

@95VFCTNfrom Guam  answered…2 days

@95VCP35Independent from Georgia answered…2 days

Some sort of identification that shows that they are an an American citizen should be used.

@95V9FPN from Kansas answered…2 days

No, but you should have to sign in like everything else; name, address, phone number

 Deleted answered…2 days

Yes, and we should implement an ID system with a microchip, or something similar, to the human body to identify our populous.

@95TSC3KProgressive from California answered…2 days

Yes, and make it easier for those who don’t have the resources to obtain one.

@95TRZ66 from North Carolina answered…2 days

Yea but then the government should make it more accessible to get licenses in low income areas.

@95TL5H4 from New York answered…2 days

Yes but make sure that everyone who wants to vote can easily access a Photo ID for free

@95TJGXK from California answered…3 days

@95THGGC from Iowa answered…3 days

They should provide a different form of ID, one that can't be easily faked.

@95TH3CD from New York answered…3 days

Tes, but everyone should be granted free access to a photo ID and be automatically registered when they turn 18.

@95TGJP6 from Missouri answered…3 days

Yes, but the government should make Voter ID free and easily accessible to all.

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