A Universal ID Won’t Work. It Could Jeopardize Election Integrity

The stakes for politics and privacy are too high

Hand holding an ID
A unique ID would be a much more secure solution. Getty Images, Pixabay

As we approach November, media concern about election integrity grows. Of course, not all of that concern is genuine. Whether you are from the school of thought that has no issue with voter suppression if it protects your priorities, or are all for pushing for more voters to register at any cost, lines have been drawn based on those leanings. They are not likely to change without a systemic change in voting, and maybe even voters.

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Ray Kingman has been at Semcasting, Inc. since its inception, leading the company in the development and commercialization of its automated targeting and data offerings.