New Yorker's Jane Mayer: Voter Fraud or Vote Supression?


Thirty-seven American States currently have Voter ID laws or are considering them.  Some  American citizens are sounding the alarm over voting fraud. New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer's story, "The Voter-Fraud Myth", says these fears are overblown, and are at least partially motivated by partisan interests. Her story profiles Hans von Spakovsky, and his push for voter ID laws. He wrote a rebuttal to her article here; she responded in kind here.
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