Voter ID Laws May Bar 10 Million Latinos

American VoicesOpinion ISSUE 48•39 Sep 24, 2012

State laws that restrict voting, including measures that require photo ID or proof of citizenship at the polls, could prevent as many as 10 million Hispanic citizens of the United States from casting a ballot this election, according to a study by civil rights advocates. What do you think?

  • “I don’t get it. Who would benefit from this?”

    Calvin Walsh –
    Mason

  • “It’s a lot of pressure, but as a white voter it looks like this election is once again up to me.”

    Andrea Lieberman –
    Theater Technician

  • “I can’t wait to see this moment on a timeline in a future civil rights museum.”

    Jeremy Spalding –
    Systems Analyst