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Old August 19th, 2012, 02:24 PM   #93 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Techgeek81 View Post
According to THIS WEBSITE, these states require photo ID. Here are links to those states websites which talk about the fees/costs/poll taxes involved in obtaining said photo ID. Note: in every state, the fee is waived for ID only for voting purposes.

If people aren't actually being charged or paying for the ID, how exactly is it a poll tax?


PennDOT Driver and Vehicle Services - Personalized (Vanity) License Plate Availability

"$13.50 fee for acquiring an Identification Card will be waived for individuals completing the Oath/ Affirmation Voter ID form"


Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security: Voter Photo ID

"If you are a registered voter and do not have a government-issued photo ID, the Department of Safety and Homeland Security will provide you with a photo ID at no charge."


Fees and Terms

"Georgia ID Card for Voting Purposes Only 8 years No Fee when Qualified"


BMV: Identification Cards

"Identification card for voting purposes

New or renewed.
Valid for six years.



Link to the form that waives the fee for a voter ID card
Again, the scaremongers refuse to address the real problem, counting the vote, rather they are attempting to sow fear of a bogeyman to deny working class citizens of their right to vote.

Many locations to obtain the voter ID cards are part time, only opened a few week days during business hours a week. Some are open only one day every 2 months.

It's not unusual to spend an entire day to obtain, plus the expense of obtaining supporting documents.

How much are states spending on voter education on voter ID ?

The Republicans are spending a lot of taxpayers money on lawyers to suppress citizens right to vote.

State continuing to waste money defending voter ID law | Palmetto Public Record

"Remember, all of this money is being spent to defend a law that solves a problem that has been proven not to exist. With South Carolina leaders attempting to balance the state budget on the backs of its workers, fiscal conservatives should be asking themselves whether such an unnecessary expense is really worth it."
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