Several states have added strict voter ID laws to their books ahead of the 2012 election, including Georgia, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. Such laws require voters to bring specific kinds of photo ID to their polling place, which proponents say will cut down on voter fraud. Opponents believe that voter ID laws disproportionately disenfranchise African Americans, students and the elderly.
Comedian Sarah Silverman lends her signature sarcasm to "Let My People Vote," a video sponsored by the Jewish Council for Education and Research, arguing that "this attempt to prevent voter fraud is itself the only voter fraud taking place."
As Silverman explains, "No photos, no voto":