Georgia says no to voter ID's

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davideyoung

You have to prove you are a citizen to vote in almost every state, yet a Georgia judge is blocking such a thing from its ellections. I would think this would make it more difficult to varify that the votes are actually registered voters as quickly later, and possibly complicate ellection results if people go to more thn one poll or if non-citizens go to the polls.

http://www.sptimes.com/2006/07/13/Worldandnation/Rulings_stop_Ga_from_.shtml
 
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YourThrone

Georgia says no to voter ID's
You have to prove you are a citizen to vote in almost every state, yet a Georgia judge is blocking such a thing from its ellections. I would think this would make it more difficult to varify that the votes are actually registered voters as quickly later, and possibly complicate ellection results if people go to more thn one poll or if non-citizens go to the polls
No, It won't make voting more difficult. They'll know if your an register voter by typing your name in the database etc.You don't even need ID's really, just most states require it.It's not essentially needed.