Intimidating voters illegal
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, the architect of the bill, admitted, "We've not experienced widespread voter fraud in Iowa." In May 2017, President Donald Trump established the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, purportedly for the purpose of preventing voter fraud.
They additionally claimed that voter turnout in Arab communities had fallen under 50% thanks to the presence of the agency's observers in the polling stations, Current proposals by the Conservative Party to require one of several forms of expensive photo-ID in order to vote are likely to reduce the turnout of young and poor voters more likely to vote Labour.
The commission is led by Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach, a staunch advocate of strict voter ID laws and a proponent of the Crosscheck system.
Crosscheck is a national database designed to check for voters who are registered in more than one state by comparing names and dates of birth.
In response to this an organized crew of political workers for House Speaker Michael J.
Madigan went door to door with official legal papers, they asked residents to sign an affidavit revoking their signature on Krupa’s petition.