Texas still has their ID law on the books, it survived the courts, want to vote show an ID. And honestly anything that limits the ability of non citizens to vote is necessary, if California doesn't require proof of citizenship it means the guy that just moved here from Guatemala with a visa can now vote for the president, which is illegal, but under no id voting, there is no way to enforce this nor is it possible to catch it. Maybe the better method would be to mail a paper card to every citizen they must bring to the voting place and surrender the card when they go to vote, and to prevent forgery include a holograph. If you loose it, to bad you don't get to vote that year.Which covers a shocking portion of the population. And doesn't invalidate my previous point that courts have consistently ruled that any form of identification as a form of voting requirement that is tied to the persons ability to pay is unconstitutional.
Also, since when have conservatives been the ones calling for universal ID checks? Barely a decade ago you guys would have blown a gasket if someone suggested as much.
no I've meet none that say you shouldn't need an ID to buy a gun, I agree show ID, take a background check. Where I disagree is the requirement to register that weapon with the government, as well as red flag laws that jeopardize peoples 2nd amendment rights without first receiving an order as such from trail by jury.