Tag Archives: Voter ID Laws

OPINION | Voter ID laws place a limit on real voters

Voter identification laws have taken a main stage in debates this year. In a nation where voter participation is consistently very low, any restrictions on voting need to be examined carefully. In 2006, Indiana made national news for enacting one of the first in a wave of voter identification laws. The law requires potential voters

OPINION | Voting is a right every student should exercise

While the 2008 Presidential Election marked the second-largest group of youth voters in voting history, the conversation regarding the youth vote for the 2012 election has been mum. And even with the large youth turnout, 18- to 24-year-olds still marked the smallest voting group in the 2008 election. As a student body and demographic group,