Dorothy Cooper, 96, holds her free state voting ID Thursday outside the new Dayton Boulevard Department of Safety Driver Service Center. Earlier in October, Cooper was denied her ID because she did not have her marriage certificate.
Dorothy Cooper, 96, holds her free state voting ID Thursday outside the new Dayton Boulevard Department of Safety Driver Service Center. Earlier in October, Cooper was denied her ID because she did not have her marriage certificate.
Photo by Tim Barber .
published Thursday, October 20th, 2011
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Two elderly Tennessee women -- one 96, the other 91, both regular voters for decades -- can now testify directly as to how the state's new voter photo ID law may deny vast numbers of Tennessee voters the elemental franchise of a supposedly democratic society -- their right to vote.

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