Voter Identification Case Study

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In order to show that political institutions do control the votes of people, I will draw my empirical case from the Voter Identification Requirements by Wendy Underhill to further explain that institutions restrict many people from voting. Just like how back in 1960s required people to show their residence forms, and other important materials, there is also a voter identification requirements today as well. There are a total of thirty six states that requires a form of identification in order to vote and the rest of the states use other methods for self identification in order to vote. However, in the upcoming years, states will have even have a stricter requirements for self identification in order to prevent fraud voting and increase people’s

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