Street Talk: Voter ID laws

1
41

03.07.16.StreetTalk.JR.Rippel.jpg

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

03.07.16.StreetTalk.JR.Russell.jpg

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

03.07.16.StreetTalk.JR.Turner.jpg

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

03.07.16.StreetTalk.JR.Porter.jpg

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

03.07.16.StreetTalk.JR.Greco.jpg

I understand what they are trying to accomplish, but it is kind of a hassle.

Nick Greco, junior in accounting

Advertisement
SHARE