Dimes of the Dead: Designing a Donor ID Requirement

by - August 06, 2013

The startling discovery that 32 dead people have donated nearly $600k to political candidates and parties since 2009 officially puts the number of confirmed reports of zombie donors well above the number of confirmed reports of zombie voters.  This raises the obvious question that if concerns of hypothetical zombie voters warrant restrictive photo ID requirements for voters, then shouldn’t instances of actual zombie donors warrant restrictive photo ID requirements for donors? Taking our cues from the restrictive voter ID laws enacted throughout the country, the CLC Blog has put together a few helpful tips for designing a restrictive photo ID requirement for donors.  The first step in drafting the restrictive donor ID law is to make it restrictive.  Really restrictive.  Here are some best practices:

Dimes of the Dead: Designing a Donor ID Requirement

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