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This SCOTUS ruling affects every state that would want to make potential voters show legal status
You can register to vote in my state right on the side of the street with nothing more that an electric bill.
Less than 5 percent of people registering to vote in Arizona use the federal form, said Matt Roberts, a spokesman for Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett. The rest register through the state, meaning they will continue to be asked to provide proof of citizenship when signing up to vote.
You assume that 5% is all voting the same way? Why?
And what happens when an election is decided by less than 5%?? I, for one, would like to know that my vote was not meaningless.