For the third week in a row, there comes news that an old person has had trouble getting a voter ID. This time, it's 86-year-old World War II veteran Darwin Spinks, who was charged $8 for an ID he's supposed to get for free.
On Tuesday, Republicans were attempting to make hay out of the Democrats' inflated number of people affected by this ID law. But if we take the Department of Safety and Homeland Security's word, there are 126,000 registered voters over age 60 who have non-photo driver's licenses.
If the trend continues and one person a week has trouble getting their voter ID, that's 2,423 years worth of bad publicity for the lawmakers who passed this bill.