Election Integrity Reports Roundup

There have been several recent comprehensive reports released on various facets of the state of Minnesota’s election integrity issues. For your convenience, all of them are complied here along with some additional information resources. Look for more reports on other aspects of Minnesota’s election system in the near future.


3 Responses to Election Integrity Reports Roundup

  1. Vladimir Gribovsky February 29, 2012 at 12:44 pm #

    I personally run into a situation several years ago, where I came to vote and was told that I had already voted. I could see the record and that my wife’s name was not checked off (and I knew she voted earlier in the day). I was able to get a ballot, and do not know if the mistake would not have happened if my wife had been asked for her ID, but believe this would surely have had less of a chance of happening if that were the case. But it also proves that anyone could have walked in and voted under my name.

    But I have another issue. With my name, how do you know that I am a citizen in the first place. I am a naturalized citizen but cannot recall ever being asked to prove that fact. And this bothers me very significantly. I am not only being disenfranchised by people who cannot prove who they are, but under the present system, I could walk into a polling place, and get a ballot without proving who I am or that I even have the right to vote (as a citizen). Vlad 612-229-7052 cell

  2. Deb Attema February 29, 2012 at 1:15 pm #

    Need Ids to vote so there less chance of cheating

  3. Todd Becker March 1, 2012 at 8:29 am #

    Voting is a right. If you want to vote, you need to prove who you are with the correct ID. There is way too many loopholes in our voter registration and needs to stop.

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