Since the 2010 elections, many Republican state legislatures (as well as Rhode Island’s Democratic-controlled body) have moved to pass stronger voter ID laws. Though the supposed goal of this legislation is to stop voter fraud, the data on how much fraud is actually happening are hard to come by. News21,…
There is statistically no in-person voter fraud. None. Zero. Period. End of story.
There is one party, and only one party, who is trying to gin up fear that there is any meaningful in-person voter fraud.
Their goal is simple: To limit the ability of some citizens to exercise their right to vote.
That’s just about as treasonous as it gets, isn’t it? If it doesn’t fit the technical definition of treason, it most certainly is un-American.
It’s just one of many thoughts I’ll carry with me into the voting booth tomorrow.