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wildeyed Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-16-06 06:55 AM
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8. It is also flat-out untrue.
Look at voter participation in states that have same-day voter registration, especially the percentage of younger voters who make it to the polls. Then look at states with the old system. The states with same-day have an average of 10% higher participation.

And he makes the tired old "fraudulent vote" claim. The Motor Voter law, one of the prime reforms passed in recent years, prevents states from purging voter lists of people who have died or moved away. The result is that many fraudulent votes are now being cast in each election. There is not evidence of fraudulent votes being cast as a result of motor voter.
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