"Nobody says there's an epidemic of it," von Spakovsky said. "There are some places in the country where elections are run fairly cleanly. There are other places where they're not. But the point is that elections have been changed by fraud and one of the most common-sense solution to this is requiring ID when you vote."
Other panelists were Juan Cartagena, president and general counsel of LatinoJustice, and Theodore Shaw, a professor at Columbia Law School.
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