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Kobach, a Republican who is now running for governor, urged lawmakers to pass a controversial 2011 law that required voters to show a photo ID at the polls.
Even after the 19th amendment was added to the Constitution, women of color were subject to voter-suppression measures, a form of prejudice that is unfortunately still present today even after the passage of 1965’s Voting Rights Act.
Those in attendance had a chance to ask the Illinois Democrat questions on such topics as education, North Korea, scientific research, nuclear power, voter rights and gun control.
Voters then sent him back to an unprecedented fourth term in 1990 with 68 percent of the vote.
Ballots will be sent to voters by Sept. 12, and must be returned between Oct. 27 and Nov. 7.
But perhaps a more fundamental question is whether Republican politicians who tried — and may try again — to take away often vital health care benefits from their voters will pay a political price.
His hope is that the board will take those recommendations to the voters so that each recommendation can be voted on individually.
State government officials are continually finding ways to re-draw voting maps in order to sway voters toward the right and disenfranchise people of color.
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