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conservativecat Wrote: we live in a world where banking is done electronically, stocks, investments, company information, schools, universities, ..... I think a hack-proof system could be worked out
Banks, stock brokerage and investment firms, Fortune 500 businesses, and universities are hacked and compromised every single day. I think we're a long way away from a hack-proof online voting system.
conservativecat Wrote: I have a SS# that is assigned to me. I have a state drivers license assigned to me. I have a passport assigned to me. I have a concealed weapons license assigned to me. I mean we could require 3 forms of a dozen maybe to identify a person and a quick instant check like is used on guns says if anyone else has used that already.
I have zero problem with voter ID so long as it is free. Forcing someone to pay for an identification card is a poll tax.
Just because someone doesn't drive, travel, or feel like they need to carry a gun on them at all times in order to feel safe doesn't mean they don't have the right to vote for the people who represent them.