They sure did. Two party system… feels bad man.
There are lots of poor Rep voters who live in the middle of nowhere. The inconvenience of going to the DMV when it’s 30 miles away with no busses is arguably GREATER for the poor GOP voter than it is for the average poor Dem voter.
The OP seemed annoyed they passed such a law. I highlighted a few examples of why such a law would be useful.
Except a two second Google search produced 19 convictions in NC for illegals voting in the last election (above). That’s a result of a search for motor voter laws, not even voter fraud convictions. I could spend all day and find more convictions, but that wouldn’t make you care about them.
The Dems are opposed to even cleaning up the dead people and people who moved off the voter rolls because it may “disenfranchise” people.
At what point was it legal to vote as someone who was either a. unregistered and/or b. not who they said they were? You cannot interface with the federal government in any way without some type of identification. You can’t file taxes, answer a census, appear in court etc… Why should voting be any different?