Voter ID laws are probably here to stay. What can be done about it?
Written by: Team VoteRiders
JULY 29 – Despite the fact that they’re expensive and useless, voter ID laws aren’t going anywhere, unless the Senate abolishes the filibuster and passes the For the People Act, or the Supreme Court decides to prioritize voter accessibility instead of lies about fraud.
Even without that divine intervention, there are still options for politicians, activists, and the 25 million voting-age Americans without a photo ID, which includes one in four Black Americans.