Originally Posted by Direckshun
Experts are in wide agreement that it's incredibly unlikely any significant amount of it occurs.
I'll go with them over either of us. As I usually do.
I am in favor of the current registration laws.
The current registration law that you're citing provides that you have to provide a utility bill with the name and address of the voter. At that point, the evidence will get processed and the government, once they verify you, will send out verification.
What if the would-be voter doesn't have a utility in their name? Would we need to set up a government paid utility for them?