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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    Again, banking and health care are not constitutional rights. Voting is.
    That may be true, but at this point why would anyone fight helping others get a photo ID? Its holding them back. Its getting worse, you need one for everything now even going to the ER around here you need proof. So its time we did more to help everyone get an ID and stop the nonsense. It creating a cycle of poverty if we dont.

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    Where did I mention any minorities in my post - oh that's right, I didn't. Obviously you don't understand how Voter ID laws impact students and Senior's who longer drive.

    So go take your BS somewhere else.
    You didn't have to, your reference was enough.

    Just like people don't need to actually type out slurs, they use replacement words and that counts as the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueneck View Post
    Voter ID was never required to vote, just to register. Proof of residency was required in the form of mail with your name and address. Until recently.

    If elections are being decided by fraudulent voters, why do we assume it wasn't happening in every election since the birth of elections?
    In Ohio? Sorry Blueneck, you do need ID to vote. I go back to 2001 and you needed ID.

    Now this ruling has nothing to do with ID.If you do not vote or respond in 6 years you are removed.

    It is actually not that different that what they have always done. Husted filed law suits from the time he came in office. Lost everyone. His last one was actually filed on Election Day. Husted Lied about living in Ketteringwhen he was a Rep there. Ran for State Government because Kettering voters were ready to pitch him out.

    He is a slimey Republican and is running with Mike DeWine,who never saw an office he did not run for. Buckeyes need to worry more about the Fall election instead of fretting about this non problem.

    Frankly, if you do not bother to vote for 6 years you are not concerned about your State or the Federal. That kind of thinking gave us Trump and a Republican Congress!

    A person who only votes when an idiot like Trump stirs them up, makes them rush out and vote is not a wise person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    In Ohio? Sorry Blueneck, you do need ID to vote. I go back to 2001 and you needed ID.

    Now this ruling has nothing to do with ID.If you do not vote or respond in 6 years you are removed.

    It is actually not that different that what they have always done. Husted filed law suits from the time he came in office. Lost everyone. His last one was actually filed on Election Day. Husted Lied about living in Ketteringwhen he was a Rep there. Ran for State Government because Kettering voters were ready to pitch him out.

    He is a slimey Republican and is running with Mike DeWine,who never saw an office he did not run for. Buckeyes need to worry more about the Fall election instead of fretting about this non problem.

    Frankly, if you do not bother to vote for 6 years you are not concerned about your State or the Federal. That kind of thinking gave us Trump and a Republican Congress!

    A person who only votes when an idiot like Trump stirs them up, makes them rush out and vote is not a wise person.
    6-10 years seems like a good time span. Long enough to see if someone votes or enough time if they move away or have passed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bajisima View Post
    That may be true, but at this point why would anyone fight helping others get a photo ID? Its holding them back. Its getting worse, you need one for everything now even going to the ER around here you need proof. So its time we did more to help everyone get an ID and stop the nonsense. It creating a cycle of poverty if we dont.
    They shouldn't, everyone should have an ID. Making it easy is a winner for all.

    But,if you are not interested in voting for 6 years, maybe you should not vote at alli! You know you can register when you get a license. I am going to find out if they do ID’s. That is something I have not checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bajisima View Post
    6-10 years seems like a good time span. Long enough to see if someone votes or enough time if they move away or have passed.
    I agree, this is really bugging me that Democrats keep whining about each little thing. Get a spine and concentrate on dumping the worst we have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    I agree, this is really bugging me that Democrats keep whining about each little thing. Get a spine and concentrate on dumping the worst we have.
    I keep thinking of those steel workers during the 2016 campaign, "we want to talk about issues not crap." lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    In Ohio? Sorry Blueneck, you do need ID to vote. I go back to 2001 and you needed ID.

    Now this ruling has nothing to do with ID.If you do not vote or respond in 6 years you are removed.

    It is actually not that different that what they have always done. Husted filed law suits from the time he came in office. Lost everyone. His last one was actually filed on Election Day. Husted Lied about living in Ketteringwhen he was a Rep there. Ran for State Government because Kettering voters were ready to pitch him out.

    He is a slimey Republican and is running with Mike DeWine,who never saw an office he did not run for. Buckeyes need to worry more about the Fall election instead of fretting about this non problem.

    Frankly, if you do not bother to vote for 6 years you are not concerned about your State or the Federal. That kind of thinking gave us Trump and a Republican Congress!

    A person who only votes when an idiot like Trump stirs them up, makes them rush out and vote is not a wise person.
    I thought you just needed ID to register and proof of residency to vote prior to whenever they changed the laws (under Bush maybe?) anyway, most people just use their ID as POR, doesn't mean they couldn't have used anything else.

    Where I disagree with whoever I responded to was the use of words like always and forever, because that's a long time. Hundreds of years people have been voting and ID's weren't required till 1950.

    History of Voter ID

    Here in Ohio...


    2006

    Ohio (HB 3, Sec. 3505.18(A)(1): Created a strict non-photo ID requirement

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCProf View Post
    My parents have lived rural for a long time and they renewed their drivers license by mail for years. It is that easy.
    That's great, if you already have one. You're ignoring the barriers for other people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bajisima View Post
    I have to think people who live in big urban states actually make it harder to get an ID. We are very rural and its simple, ever PO offers non driving got IDs. Have since the early 90s for people that didnt have passports.
    Strange. The Post Office is a federal facility. ID's are a state responsibility. How is this?

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