Passing voter ID can help restore trust in elections
Originally published at City & State PA
Our democratic system depends on trust – but Americans have become increasingly disillusioned by the political process. According to a poll conducted for CNN, an alarming 58% of voters have little-to-no confidence that elections in the U.S. reflect the will of the people. Overall public trust in government has also fallen to 20% – or near historic lows.
People are losing faith in our government and elections, but it’s not too late to turn this around.
Enacting stronger election protections, such as voter identification laws, can restore trust in our democratic process. Pennsylvania lawmakers can give their constituents the chance to adopt voter identification by passing Senate Bill 1.
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