Voter ID Laws
Plain and simple – the everyday American is required to have a form of ID for driving, banking, traveling, renting, buying a house, to get into establishments or institutions. I strongly believe that identification as part of the verification process to take part in our civic duty should not be something taken lightly. Security and integrity of our election system is something that EVERY United States Citizen should want and that resides in having proper identification to do just that. Voting laws and registration requirements should be uniformed across the country to deter from and to mitigate voter fraud, voting issues, and above all disenfranchisement of people facing issues with ID ascertainment and registration. I have a plan that would resolve that issue.