Should states be required to supply a person with a photo-id when they register to vote?

. If a state cannot show that it provided a voter with a photo id when he/she registered, then that person can vote without an ID. . . The state would need to maintain a list of registered votes that have been provided with a photo id. . Persons who registered before the photo-id laws, can vote without... show more .
If a state cannot show that it provided a voter with a photo id when he/she registered, then that person can vote without an ID. .
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The state would need to maintain a list of registered votes that have been provided with a photo id.
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Persons who registered before the photo-id laws, can vote without one.
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Hmm: Yes they could. And if you don't have a registeration card with a photo, they can supply you one when you vote.
Update 2: cel : Maybe we should let people from Iran and Syria vote in our elections. Maybe they would require that we not invade them. Very good idea.
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zuma : I presume nothing.
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