On Saturday, Secretary of State Bill Bradbury urged participants to take a stand against proof of citizenship and other identification requirements "designed to reduce participation" in elections.
You may register to vote in Oregon if:
*You are a resident of Oregon.
*You are a United States citizen.
*You will be 18 years old by Election Day.
Three very simple requirements to be able to vote. If you don't meet those requirements then it is illegal for you to vote. I am 100% behind any effort to "reduce participation" by people who are breaking the law by voting. Our secretary of state isn't.
Hat Tip: Michael of Citizen Caucus