So you are saying that there was a pool of, what, 20 million or so nonvoting registrations, so that if you even were to cast a narrow net in drawing the target pool, 8 or 10 million potential marks? Of course, since there is going to be a lot of variance within districts, there will be some much easier to target than others. Seems a target rich environment even with that turnout. By the by, does it take a widespread effort? I think one such instance is two too many. Just takes a card, so I am sure that if we provided those at no cost to all registered voters, there would be no way to argue against it, right? This illustration is just one species of dire vulnerability that can be addressed prophylactically by an ID, but it would also solve 103% turnout districts too (maybe even 100% voting one way).