Robert Knight is Senior Fellow for the American Civil rights Union. He has been a journalist for 15 years including 7 as editor and writer at the Los Angeles Times. He has held senior positions with the Heritage Foundation, Family Research Council, Concerned Women for America, Media research Center and Coral Ridge Ministries. He has authored three books and hundreds of reports, papers and articles.
According to Robert, a Pew study looked at voter roles from all 50 states. It indicated that 1.8 million deceased people are registered to vote. It also found that 2.68 million have been registered to vote in at least two states, 68,000 are registered in three states and 1,800 are registered in four or more states.
Some states are implementing photo I.D. laws to alleviate this problem. However, there are those who believe this will discourage minority voting. On the other hand, Robert also noted that surveys show that 80% of Americans favor photo I.D. laws.
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