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The Voter Access Protection Act

H.R. 281: Voter Access Protection Act of 2013

Summary: To prohibit election officials from requiring individuals to provide photo identification as a condition of obtaining or casting a ballot in an election for Federal office or registering to vote in elections for Federal office, and for other purposes. (More Info)

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What POPVOX Users Say

POPVOX Nation:
24% Support
76% Oppose
(347 users)

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83 users
264 users
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Endorsing Organizations

Progressive Democrats of America 33,027 Facebook fans 3,017 Twitter followers

PDA endorses this legislation because it restores fairness to voting. Photo ID deliberately targets women, the poor, communities of color and the elderly who are most likely to not have this type of ID. This also targets rural voters who because of strong community ties have never felt the need to have this type of ID.

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National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Supports the Voter Access Protection Act, which would prohibit election officials from requiring individuals to provide photo identification in order to vote in an election for federal office or register to vote in an election for federal office.

http://napaba.org/u...ba/2013CBAC-R14.pdf

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