First, as Scott Walker stated,
Hillary Clinton's rejection of efforts to make it easier to vote and harder to cheat not only defies logic, but the will of the majority of Americans.
Many reports consistently support the fact that a majority of voters support voter ID laws.
According to a 2015 Rasmussen Report, 76% of voters support showing an ID before casting a ballot. In 2012 the Washington Post found 74% of voters support showing a government issued ID before casting a ballot. Furthermore, Politifact assessed numerous surveys and discovered 70-80% of voters support showing a photo ID before casting a ballot.
Secondly, if the voter ID laws make it harder for people to cheat, then people who do vote can be sure that their vote counts at the ballot. Walker also stated in a 2014 gubernatorial debate,
Amongst us, who would be that one person who would like to have our vote canceled out by a vote that was cast illegally?
In the 2016 election, lets be sure every vote counts.
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