I thought that how states conduct elections was one of those rights reserved by the state.
In the past, SCOTUS has re-affirmed this on multiple occasions.
In the opinion it says “how” states conduct elections is a right reserved by the state but not “who” can vote in the elections.
So then explain how is it constitutional to require voter ID when legally purchasing a gun, which is also my God-given constitutional right?
There's a loophole in the decision that seems to suggest that anyone, anywhere, who uses a motor voter form can register to vote anywhere, or maybe even everywhere.
So, what's the address of that house Sarah's daughter purchased in AZ? Bet we could register enough new voters we could make that district Republican through the next century and insure that McCain can't ever win again.