Unformatted text preview: the downside if someone forgot their ID or other proof of who they are it could be a hassle and the voter could possibly not return with the identification to cast their vote. Thankfully, the voting polls are typically very close to your home, so someone could just run home and get their ID or proof. I feel that we are all adults and can manage to produce some sort of identification when voting, anything with your name and current address would work not just a state issued ID. According to Underhill (2011), “11 percent or more of people that do not have a government issued photo ID” (para. 23). If it must be a state issued ID, the states should issue these ID’s free of charge. I think the libraries should issue them to the 11 percent or more Americans that do not have one. References Underhill, W. (2011). Proof at the polls. National Conference of State Legislatures. Retrieved from: ...
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