Voter Fraud is Not the Issue

Who's behind the curtain?Is voter fraud that big a problem? Is the proposed voter-identification law even necessary? One of my regular readers, Gene Crain of Georgia, seems to think so.
“I think SB-3 is right on point. We must have voter clarity so that only our citizens can vote. I think Missouri is just trying to prevent illegals and maybe nonresidents from influencing the vote,” Crain said.
Let’s continue the conversation from last week:
Former U.S. Attorney David Iglesias said in a 2008 interview, “The Justice Department has prosecuted only a handful of voter fraud cases (during the Bush) administration. I’m aware of there being seven in Milwaukee, four in Kansas City, Missouri, one in Colorado (but) … there had not been any voter fraud prosecutions filed by the U.S. attorney since 1992.”

To read the rest, go to: Columbia Missourian


About David Rosman

David is the winner of the Missouri Press Foundation's "Best Columnist" in 2013 (First Place) and 2014 (Second Place), the 2016 Harold Riback Award for excellence in writing, and the winner of the 2007 Interactive Media Award for excellence in editing.
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