It doesn't matter, because that number is obviously greater than zero. Any level of disenfranchisement of legit citizens voting is unacceptable.For the antiVoter IDs
Can anyone provide the actual stats of how many voted in the past two national elections that did not have an ID.
I am not looking for estimates on how many people might not have one (this one is a FUD claim); but how many voted that did not have one.
And then how many that voted would refuse to vote because they could not want to get an ID?
That is the disenfranchised number; not the number that do not have an ID.
More than a few vote with expired ID showing their current address, with a combination of various forms of non-picture ID & with a signature matching that on file at their polling place.