|Mr Puggsly said:
That's funny, I looked up states have a voter ID or deemed the most strict. It turns out some of those states have the highest voter turnouts in the country. By your logic, it should be the other way around.
I don't buy the argument that acquiring ID is a huge burden for voting and some states deemed strict actually have high voter turnouts. Dems like to boast their voters are so educated, they should be able to figure out how to get an ID.
I'm lost on what you're saying about gerrymandering. That affects who gets elected in those districts.
I was talking about Texas and their voting procedures to give you an idea of how they work, because I thought you didn't know.
So back to the question. How do you expect the vote turnout to not be different if the distracts is gerrymandered against minorities?Last edited by deskpro2k3 - on 09 October 2018