According to U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, Democrat, the U.S. attorney general, national civil rights and voting rights organizations, a law requiring a photo ID to vote is discrimination, racist and the new Jim Crow law.
Recently, I drove up to a local branch of a major national bank to cash a check. The drive-through teller said I must go inside to cash a check. After waiting in line for quite a while, I presented my check to a teller. I was told to produce two photo IDs and then had to place a fingerprint on the check, I even had to sign my name. Is this more post-reconstruction Jim Crow? Is it a literacy test? Is it racism? Maybe it's just good business practice. You make the call.