Seems like the way to attack the problem would be to make the I.D. law for STATE elections instead. At that point you have the database available to weed out the fraudulent voters by matching it with a database of those registered to vote in federal elections.
I was thinking in that direction too but right there on page 2 of the syllabus in item (c) is the opening for Arizona to adjust their process and get the form altered.
I think that’s how it would have to be done. Only thing is, you have to have proof of ineligibility. You could require them to show proof of eligibility in order to vote in the state and if they didn’t provide proof of eligibility you could deny them the ability to register for a STATE election, but you still wouldn’t have any proof of ineligibility to justify disallowing them to vote in federal elections. Of course, that would mean there would have to be 2 voter registration systems in each state - one for state and local elections and another for federal elections.
I wonder if some states can only recognize the federal election results of another state if the other state has minimum fraud prevention measures in place. Or maybe the other states need to file lawsuits against states where fraud is known to be rampant - suing those states of willful neglect resulting in the defrauding of all the other states.
We have to do something, or the country is lost.
Good point. The election for state offices coincide with the election of major national offices. So, to vote for state offices, everyone will need to meet the state requirement for citizenship. Oh, the ballot will also have the candidates for congress and president.