- 18% of all seniors don't have picture IDs (seniors traditionally have been the most consistent voting group)
- 25% of African-Americans don't have picture IDs (in 2008, the rate of black turnout virtually equaled that of whites for the first time)
- young adults aged 18 to 24 (in 2008, turnout of under-24-year-olds reached its highest rate since 1992)
Can our conservative "friends" prove that that voter fraud is so widespread that it warrants dispensing with 11% of the electorate?
Or is this more likely a thinly veiled attempt to target African-Americans and young adults aged 18 to 24, groups that just happen to be traditional Democratic supporters?