Homeless struggle voting

The Minnesota Daily published an article about an organization that gives disabled citizens free rides to the polls.
HereâÄôs something else that needs to be mentioned: in order to vote in the elections, U.S. citizens are required to provide proof of address. This is an obvious (and yet unapparent) discrimination toward homeless men and women who have no fixed place of residence. This is beyond disturbing, considering that so little of the legislation that is passed deals specifically with homelessness or poverty. So, while those who vote Nov. 2 celebrate the âÄúfreedomâÄù and âÄúdemocracyâÄù of this nation, weâÄôll simultaneously silence a significant part of the public discourse.