Supreme Court to decide if states can ask for proof of US citizenship to register to vote

  • Article by: JESSE J. HOLLAND and JACQUES BILLEAUD , Associated Press
  • Updated: March 18, 2013 - 2:49 AM
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moremoretaxMar. 17, 13 9:08 AM

What does it say that the Obama administration is supporting challengers to this ......I guess they dont care if a non-citizen can vote to elect our leaders.

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mnmaggiemnMar. 17, 13 3:50 PM

what would be the problem with this? I absolutely agree that you should have to prove to be a citizen to vote. You have to prove youre the person you claim you are to access money in the bank...same difference....

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tinosaMar. 17, 13 4:04 PM

One would believe that all citizens would support any effort to ensure that the voting process was secure and could only be used by registered US citizens. I didn’t hear the people who complain about the need to present ID at the polling station complain about presenting ID at the airport or banks. Many US citizens will not register to vote because they don’t want to risk being called for jury duty or are too lazy to take the time. If you don’t vote, then you have no right to complain. Voting is for registered US citizens only, period.

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