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Racial Impact of Voter Identification Laws in the 2012 Election Examined

 width=         Racial Impact of Voter Identification Laws in the 2012 Election Examined in First of Series on Black Youth and the Future of American Politics

                           For full political analysis go to http://research.blackyouthproject.com/  

New photo identification laws are likely to significantly reduce voter turnout, and their demobilizing effects will be greatest among Blacks. As a , not only may electoral outcomes hang in the balance, but election in these states may also reflect the views of a more limited of the .“    Jon Rogowski, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Political Science at University of Chicago

The data provided in this memo suggests that new laws requiring photo identification to vote will have a on black voters.  This type of racialized attack on the voting rights of American citizens must be challenged.”  Cathy J. Cohen, David and Mary Winton Green Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago and Founder and Director of the Black Youth Project

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