In a declaration, that makes sense.
We've talked quite a bit about the voter information card. I'm a big supporter of that, and I realize that the voter information card is not only beneficial to seniors, who often get the attention on this, but also with respect to students. Because there's been some question about this voter information card, I'd like your comments on how you feel about this serving as a piece of identification, and also your comments on whether you've ever seen or have data that demonstrates that the voter information card is used in a fraudulent way. Third, how many people were denied the ability to vote because they didn't have the proper identification in the last election?