Unfortunately, the harder you make it to vote, the more it discourages people from voting. If the process was made easier, I think more people would vote.
—Amanda Rippel, freshman in open option
I feel like you should have to have your ID because you should be more than able to provide identification, and it helps prevent fraud.
—Kristin Russell, freshman in open option
I think it is hurtful because if you are not an official citizen that means your opinion does not matter.
—Bryce Turner, sophomore in family studies
They are helpful because I think voting is a very serious right to have, so we need to make sure people are not abusing that privilege.
—Bailey Porter, sophomore in biochemistry
I understand what they are trying to accomplish, but it is kind of a hassle.
—Nick Greco, junior in accounting