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Voter Fraud: The Case for Voter ID

True democracy requires an emphasis both on the ‘truth' and on the ‘democracy'.

How can America have a true democracy when at the very core of our system we allow- – -if not promote- – -the possibility of very real voter fraud? The power of the vote is the cornerstone of our democracy. That power should be protected and practiced with every effort possible.

How and why can we not have a voter ID requirement in our nation? 

People need ID for almost everything they do in America but people do not need ID to vote. Who benefits from not having a Voter ID requirement? Those who would want to game the system for their benefit. Plenty of people from both sides of the aisle would accuse the competing party of cheating, stealing elections, and various forms of voter fraud.

For those who have a real appreciation for the Sense on Cents virtues of truth, transparency, and integrity across ALL our pursuits, I strongly encourage you to view and share this commentary and video clip.

No real issue with voter fraud in America?

Larry Doyle

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