Re "At least be honest about aims" (Letters, Jan. 29): How on earth does voting by congressional district disenfranchise minority voters? What it actually does is give a vote to all the voters who vote for the president. It doesn't matter which party.
As it is now, only votes cast in the majority count toward the president, therefore disenfranchising 45 percent of California's voters. It has nothing to do with voter ID, or anything else the Democrats think the GOP is doing to suppress votes.
If we had voting by congressional district in 2000, your guy Al Gore might have won the election, and you wouldn't be complaining as much. I would like all states have votes counted by congressional district. The current system is outdated.
-- Dan Perry, Rocklin