Linked by Howard Fosdick on Thu 8th Nov 2012 20:12 UTC
Editorial In the United States, state and local authorities are in charge of voting and the country uses more than a half dozen different voting technologies. As a result, the country can't guarantee that it accurately counts national votes in a timely fashion. This article discusses the problem and potential solutions to the U.S. voting dilemma.
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RE[2]: ID not Restrictive
by sgtarky on Sat 10th Nov 2012 14:58 UTC in reply to "RE: ID not Restrictive"
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really? you dont need iD when you are doing banking? opening a utility account? having your computer repaired at apple store(ha, had to show my ID in Augusta) getting ripped off at those pay day cash advance places. I can name many number of places that require photo id just to survive in this society

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RE[3]: ID not Restrictive
by Morgan on Sat 10th Nov 2012 23:14 in reply to "RE[2]: ID not Restrictive"
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I think you missed the point. The original poster made the erroneous statement that every state in the US requires citizens to have a state issued ID. That is simply not true, and that was what I was saying.

Private entities requiring you to show proof of ID has zero to do with state law and was not in question.

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