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Prevent Voter Fraud in NC, submit comments in support of Photo ID Law


The NC House Committee on Elections is holding a hearing on a proposed law that would require a photo ID to vote. Make your voice heard on this important matter by submitting public comments online. Comments will be accepted up until 4pm on Tuesday, March 15th.  Submit comments online. 

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One thought on “Prevent Voter Fraud in NC, submit comments in support of Photo ID Law

  1. Who could be against this requirement to help prevent voter fraud? If your photo ID shows a different race or gender from what you see in the mirror each morning, that could be a problem for you. If it shows a picture of someone lying in a casket with their hands folded across their chest, that could be a problem. If your intent is to cast a fraudulent vote, a photo ID could be a problem for you. It is not an invasion of privacy for any law abiding citizen, any more than for writing a check at the store. To anyone who says, “I don’t have a photo ID,” well, get one. No private information is required beyond proving you are who you say you are, and that you have the right to vote. There is nothing to lose with this requirement, but much to gain, namely honesty and integrity in our electoral process.

    Posted by Prince of Peeps | March 11, 2011, 9:58 pm

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