Voter ID | New NY 23rd

Politicians using the phrase “common sense” usually “beg the question”–they seek to get the reader to agree with an argument before they make it. Here are some examples: In 46 states across the nation, a Balanced Budget Amendment (BBA) has … Continue reading

Posted in Congress, Constituents, Economics, Environmental, Political, Reed’s Views, Uncategorized Tagged common sense, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Voter ID

We are witnessing political confusion. We see states deal with changing the very essence of Democracy—the election process, primaries or caucuses, year and a half political campaigns, changing rules on political funding, new voting machines and new rules about who can vote. … Continue reading

Posted in Congress, Constituents, Education, Racism Tagged Differences in Voting Laws, Photo ID, Voter ID

Justice Ginsburg’s dissent: Those requirements, Justice Ginsburg wrote, “may prevent more than 600,000 registered Texas voters (about 4.5 percent of all registered voters) from voting in person for lack of compliant identification.” “A sharply disproportionate percentage of those voters are … Continue reading

Posted in Political, Supreme Court Tagged Justice Ginsburg, Texas, Voter ID

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