It is funny to me how we hear so much about "voter suppression" when we passed voter photo ID. We have had 2 state wide elections now. I stand ready to get the list of people who were not allowed to vote because of the law we passed.
So far, the number turned over has added up to 0.
On the other hand, when legislation comes up to keep from voting for judges (as the constitution requires) the same people go silent.
When legislation comes up to limit who can run for office (putting standards higher then are required for president) the same people go silent.
When legislation comes up to take away the peoples right to vote on their county constitutional officers (sheriff, property assessor, county trustee, etc.) the same people go silent.
How many voters have been disenfranchised from those changes?