Real voter fraud

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Let’s get real — we have trouble getting people out to vote once, let alone two or more times on the same day! To really make a difference in most elections, hundreds (even thousands) of people would have to commit to voter fraud. So it is disheartening that even though his administration has produced no evidence of voter fraud, Gov. Tom Corbett once again wants to waste taxpayer time and money to fix this nonexistent problem (“Corbett Planning to Pen New Voter ID Legislation,” May 10).

People have come to see that the real fraud is this thinly disguised attempt at voter suppression. In November, I hope voters will show that they value fairness.

THEKLA FALL
Shadyside

 


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