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What are the major differences that make it more secure?

As I said way down below, that in this day and age voter ID should be required. As a government we already validate identification for other purposes. We confirm individual's right to work instantaneously through E-verify and use ID.me for government benefits (unemployment) so shouldn't be a tough transition. I worked for an extremely large (160k) diverse company. We transitioned from a paper benefit process to a 100% online process. The company internally received a lot of criticism as to how the change was going to negatively impact participation of certain demographic groups. Much to their surprise, those that were enrolled in coverage before all were able to enroll after. My point is, people of all demographics figured it out. At the moment Voter ID seems to be popular among all demographic groups except one and those are politicians.

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Posted: 04/05/2021 at 7:59PM


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