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Letter to the Editor
Monday, April 22, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

I fully concur with Don Harrison's solution to the voter-identification problem (“Tackling vote fraud,” April 16 and TribLIVE.com). Fingers dipped in ink should make our voting process “fraud-proof.”

The reign of successive Republican administrations has moved the United States to the brink of being a Third-World nation. We might as well vote like a Third-World country, where the practice of dipping fingers in ink is widely used.

Congratulations to Mr. Harrison for a well-conceived idea. At least one Republican sees the light.

Peter C. Ebner-Eschenbach

Bethel Park

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