I voted this morning

April 3rd, 2007

And when I voted, best cialis rx the poll workers asked for my birth date. They said the city I lived in was interested in trying to make sure I was the one voting under my name and the question was purely voluntary.

I hesitated for a moment. There is something deeply personal about giving your birth date to a stranger. Then I remembered that I’m in favor of requiring people to show picture IDs to vote and my driver’s license already has my birth date on it.

I gave the nice lady my birth date and exercised my franchise.

If you live in Wisconsin, I hope you remember to do the same. (Whether they ask you for your birth date, or not.)

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  • 1. Coop  |  April 3rd, 2007 at 9:47 am

    I voted this morning. All they asked for was my name. No ID, no birthdate, nothing to prove who I am. Just my name. And there are still those who wonder why so many get so upset about voter fraud.

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