Tag Archives: Voter ID

Possibly More Voters Than Eligible Residents; How Much of A Problem Is It?

Paul Edward Parker has a fascinating story in The Journal detailing that despite having 770,000 residents, Rhode Island has 748,000 registered voters: The U.S. Census Bureau says Rhode Island has about 770,000 adult citizens and that 73.5 percent of them are registered to vote. So how many voters does the state have on its rolls? Need […]

The Voter Fraud That Wasn’t

So, in confirmations of what we already know, The Washington Post‘s Wonkblog has a post up from Loyola University Law School professor Joseph Levitt detailing his search into instance of voter fraud that could’ve been prevented by ID laws. There’s a grand total of 31 instances since 2000. Out of “over a billion” cast. As Levitt […]