A listener from Puerto Rico pointed out to David that his home country actually does have voter ID law, despite their lower standard of living. It turns out, Puerto Rico not only requires voters have valid ID, but they remove voters from the registration rolls if they don’t vote in the general elections.
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Article 2.009.-Elector Identification Card-Any applicant for registration shall complete a form to be used for the preparation of a voter identification card. Such identification card shall contain at least the date it is issued, your first and last names, sex, color of eyes, height, and their signature or mark, as the case may be, and photograph.
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Article 2.012 – Electoral Body Registry.
If a voter fails to vote in a general election, his name will be excluded from the electoral lists.
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Article 5.026.-Voting process. –