This thread made me curious, and I pulled out my KRS (Kentucky Revised Statutes) books. Mine are only the 2003 versions, but; Kentucky has 18 chapters of state elections laws. Geez!
And the citizens of KY hopefully are aware of all these laws when they go to vote, being as they had a chance to vote on the laws being enacted in the first place.
Surprising how few people know about the laws that were changed just a few years ago to keep false registrations from getting through the system. In the effort to do that, States failing to comply with Federal law have themselves put off voters. Its the right of either party to complain when the laws aren't being followed, so blaming Republicans for Democrats not being allowed to vote is IMO improper. The responsibility lies with the Sec. of State for each state. Hence the mess with Ohio, that lies on Brenner.
I understand where people get their perspective that everyone of age, etc. should be able to vote. But its not a simple task, and carries a lot of responsibility.