One Person, One Vote?

In New Mexico all one must do to vote is show up at a polling place, verbally provide a name, address and year of birth.  No photo ID, no voting card and no other form of ID is required.  There is one instance when voter ID is required, but that is relatively rare.

These loose laws provide a lot of room for accidents, mix-ups and worst of all, fraud.  The man below voted for his eighteen-year-old son.  Anyone taking a look at him can see he is not eighteen, but by law the poll workers cannot require ID.

Video below:

Cross-posted on my blog.

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2 thoughts on “One Person, One Vote?

  1. No ID required in Nebraska

    Posted by ranisa | November 18, 2012, 6:31 pm
  2. I’m so bothered that there has never been any uniform rules to prevent voter fraud. Really there is no validity in a mass vote if there is no regulation to keep it secure and unalterable. I feel like Al Gore in my whining, but there has been obvious fraud this election (not that it would have changed the outcome) and yet there is nothing we can do about it.

    Posted by allison | November 18, 2012, 6:47 pm

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