The Potential Impact of Voter Identification Laws on Transgender Voters in the 2014 General Election

Source: Jody L. Herman, Williams Institute, September 2014

From the abstract:
Ten states’ strict voter ID laws may create substantial barriers to voting and possible disenfranchisement for transgender voters in the November 2014 general election. Of the estimated 84,000 transgender people eligible to vote in these states, more than 24,000 individuals who have transitioned have no identification or record that accurately reflect their gender. Transgender people of color, youth, students, people with low incomes, and people with disabilities are likely overrepresented in this group.
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