The definition uses this sentencePeople really need to stop misusing the disenfranchisement argument.Disenfranchise - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary If you read the meaning it is simply to DENY a right. Requiring someone to prove that they are the proper person to exercise the right and not a family pet, dead person, made up name(mickey mouse has voted at one time), or stolen identity is NOT disenfranchisement and frankly every politician and other public political figure misusing the term for political reasons should be censured, fined, and jailed.
They disenfranchised poor people by making property ownership a requirement for registering to vote.If that requirement is something people do not have...it fits in perfectly with the sentence used by the source your getting your definition from.Requiring someone to prove that they are the proper person to exercise the right
Of course....unless we pass laws restricting that access to someone that has a Drivers License etc.Legal citizens over 18 years of age already have the vote regardless of sex, religion, and race with the only restrictions being in some states felons or the mentally unfit so where do you expand to? Unless you mean the dead, Mickey Mouse, etc