The telltale numbers: The “free” Election Identification Certificates written into the law were provided as an option for the estimated 600,000 to 750,000 citizens who didn’t have the needed documentation. 371 had been issued by the Thursday before the election.
The current Voter ID law is going to cost the state money defending in court, whether it prevails or not. (I would love for there to be an organization that tracks legal defense costs of legislation. If you know of one, let me know.)
I would love for there to be an organization that aids those in need of a Texas ID, whether an EIC or other. (If you know of one, let me know.)
I would challenge those who thing the Voter ID law is a good thing to assist one of the 100s of thousands of disenfranchised voters to obtain the necessary identification. If it’s so easy to do, it should take much work on your part.