Barriers to voting are not unusual for the more than 35 million voting-age Americans with disabilities
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Voter ID laws require some form of identification in order to vote or receive a ballot for an election but has been used in US to block voter access. Also see our section on American democracy or our Voter Access archive.
President Donald Trump’s slapdash commission on election integrity, which he disbanded earlier this week, exists now only
Texas law that requires voters to show state-approved photo identification officially goes into effect
Will they ensure everyone has a voter ID before the requirement is enforced? Of course not.
Poll workers were said to be thrown off by recently married women carrying photo IDs with names that didn’t match
A key point is that this West Virginia voter ID law is less strict than those passed in some other states
Confusion created by hastily drawn up voter ID laws have prevented votes from being tallied
Without ID, poor Americans can struggle for basic services from the government as well as to vote
The new hours seem to reflect a disregard for residents to have easy access to obtain their voter IDs
A new book by expert Kevin Pallister examines best practices for facilitating voter participation