The Daily Developments Of The Kansas Motor-Voter V. Kobach Trial

KCUR,  March 12, 2018

How far must people go to prove they’re really Americans when they register to vote?

Does simply swearing to the fact — at risk of perjury, prison, fines and deportation — protect democracy from non-Americans subverting an election?

Or are cheaters common enough that only documents — say a birth certificate or a passport — go far enough to protect the integrity of the ballot box?

By Celia Llopis-Jepsen

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