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Bill: In Ohio in 2012, there were 125 people charged with voter fraud (out of about 5 millions votes). About half of the charges were dropped. The remaining charges were about half GOP and half Dem. Ideally I would like it to be zero but I don't see this as a huge problem. Ohio is a state that requires an ID. If you need an ID one can be provided free of charge, even though the Ohio GOP tried to block that for many years. I agree an ID should be needed to vote. A bigger problem is the Ohio Secretary of State dropping 1 million from the voting rolls since the 2012 election. These people haven't voted since 2012. HE says the people dropped could have moved or died. The estimated population for Ohio for 2015/2016 is 11,613,423. The estimated population for 2012 is 11,536,504. An increase of 76,919. Some have died. Some have moved. But not anything close enough to justify just dropping 1 million people from the election rolls. Thank goodness a judge agreed and these people were added back. It would be great if everyone voted every election but that doesn't happen. Politicians should pass laws to help people vote not pass laws to eliminate people from voting.