|Voter Suppression Is Real, LWV Continues To Fight It|
|Elections, Elected Officials, Political Parties|
|Written by League Women Voters WI, Andrea Kaminski|
|Friday, 10 March 2017 13:37|
The non-partisan League of Women Voters Wisconsin discuss strict voter photo ID laws that suppress voting, Women's History Month, their 2017 Annual Meeting, June 9-10 in Green Bay, and more.
MADISON - A new study by researchers at University of California-San Diego found that strict voter photo ID laws suppress voting by Latinos, African Americans and other American minority groups, resulting in “a growing racial gap” and amplifying the voices of those who are not restricted by the ID requirement. The League believes elections should be free, fair and accessible, and that is why we have fought against photo ID and other restrictive voting laws in Wisconsin and elsewhere.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 11 March 2017 12:51|