23% of New York Voters Don’t Have Documents to Prove Their Identities 

Recent numbers from New York state show why there are millions of Americans who are supporting election integrity legislative initiatives. 

According to a report by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), roughly 3.1 million New Yorkers, who constitute about 23% of New York’s 13.3 million voters, 

who don’t possess a driver’s license or Social Security number to prove their identity. 

Just the News reported the following:

PILF asserted that Personally Identifiable Information (PII) was an integral tool in maintaining clean voter rolls. Incidents such as one moving and registering to vote in a different location or the death of the voter are potential scenarios that can lead to duplications on the voter rolls should there be no PII to help election officials account for such developments. 

In addition, PILF observed that New York stood out as an outlier in the percentage of registered voters without ID. Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge noted that the majority of the New York voters are concentrated “in the New York City/Long Island area, with Nassau, Kings, Queens, New York, and Westchester Counties all in the top ten municipalities for the most voters without PII.”

America is simply a different place now. Activities that would otherwise be taken for granted, such as the maintenance of free and transparent elections, are no longer a given in this Clown World state. For years, Republican operatives dismissed the threat of voter fraud and other forms of election irregularities. The 2020 election turned out to be a major wake-up call for many of these political hacks. 

Hopefully, the GOP has learned its lesson and starts taking election integrity seriously. Its status as a viable political party will largely depend on passing strong election integrity legislation. The time for talking is over. Legislative action is now 100% necessary in trying to push back against the ruling class. 

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