Oh, yes, I think we all remember some of the stories that came out of Florida from black voters, such as the traffic stops, the demands for documents of one form or another, and the polls closed by the time some of them got through the traffic stops.
I've been voting for many years and I'm never asked for any kind of documentation when I reach the voting booth. One worker will ask me my name, then she'll look for my name on the register, put a check beside it, and tell me to move on and wait for the next empty electronic voting booth. Easy as pie, and I often see people I haven't seen since the last election. Of course, I'm in a relatively small area but still, rules are rules. I guess Florida has rules my state doesn't have, at least in my part of it.
I hope the black voters remember all of this, too, and make sure they have whatever documentation they're supposed to have in Florida, or get there early.
Wouldn't it be cool if Election Day was held on a Saturday, or maybe staggered, with one day for the Eastern part of the country, one day for the Central part, and one day for the Western part, rather like the primaries are held, with all results being protected by federal agents (which one???) at a secure location until all polls closed on the third day?
In a perfect world!