Mon, 26/Jun/2017 2:40

Voting

Who gets to cast a ballot? How do we determine if it is legit?

Polling stations and ballot laws were designed to be in local communities where people knew each other. there was no need for showing IDs. They knew what you did and who you were. Now, if you havent moved in the last 5 years you are an oddity. If you know all your neighbors and many eve in your own neighborhood you are considered a kook.

Why is it that, by law, you are registered to vote when you get a driver's license and many states allow immigrants (legal or not) to get driver's licenses without proof of citizenship?

How do we then assure that those who vote are legitimate voters? how do we know they are not going all over town voting?





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