Poll worker didn’t need my identification

To the editor:

By the time this is published, our midterm elections will be over.

I went to our Ward 1 polling site at the college to vote, and was complimented on my red, white and blue voting attire. I went up to the desk to sign in, meeting a lady who didn’t know me, and I didn’t know her. I told her my name, last name first, then first name and my address. I specifically asked if she needed to see ID. She didn’t.

That is one of the main problems with our election process. We maybe don’t have election fraud in Marshall, but we certainly do on a national level. A friend of mine told me I should have voted again. My reply was, “It was too far to get to California before the polls closed.”

Alan Peterson