What nonsense - don’t the poor who are accessing public assistance need some form of ID? If they don’t have it they shouldn’t be able to get assistance much less vote.
ACLU—the enemy within.
From the Irony Department: Union Election Requires Photo ID
Hot Air ^ | December 13, 2011 | Rovin
If you are too stoned or crazy or stupid to get a photo ID then you should not be voting because then you are undoubtedly sucking down welfare and other tax monies
they aren’t critics, they are liars.
So all they want is the current signature comparison? Is that their usual procedure?
They won’t admit real voters are disenfranchised (?) when even one person votes illegal.
We NEED these laws to insure against voter fraud which is WAY more important than inconveniencing a few people. Anyone serious about voting, our Democratic Electoral System and being honest WANTS to see some sort of verification/Checks and Balances on ethics of the process.
The ACLU is verifying its position as a tool of political agendas by suing over this law. We have enough problems here in Wisconsin with Micky Mouse and Adolf Hitler being acceptable signatures on Recall Petitions as long as they are accompanied by a valid address. This according to the Government Accountability Board - totally inhabited by Democrat-aligned public-sector union employees with a clear personal agenda.
It's sickening and all of these people should be put in jail for their unethical dealings.
Absolute bs. Some kind of poll tax???? They will say anything.
Gee, at one time the State of Nevada demanded a bc if you were out of state moving there regardless of whether you had a legal driver’s license from another state.
From what I’ve seen, the photo ID cards are free to those who can’t afford one. How does that qualify as a poll tax except upon the taxpayers who pay for those who don’t?
I routinely work as a precinct voting supervisor for our county during elections. While our state specifically says that we cannot ask for a photo ID, many voters voluntarily offer one up as they check in at the polling site. From a practical point, it really aids in the process of our clerks being able to more readily look up the voter’s registration information before they vote—thus speeding up the process. Many voters are amazed that we do NOT ask for photo ID.
ACLU protecting the democrats for their right to voter fraud...
Doesn’t the requirement actually gurantee equal treatment?
Democrat operatives have the right to vote multiple times, under multiple names, whether those names are fictitious (as in “voters” registered at non-residence addresses) or those names belong to people who didn’t show up to vote.
I think the ACLU should be suing for the right for Republicans to do the same without fear of legal consequences.
Or they should drop the suit completely, and just admit what everyone knows: that their claims of supposed “disenfranchisement” are nothing more than cover for vote fraud. It would be nice, if the judge rules against them and states that outright in his/her legal opinion.
This doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in Hell as the USSC decided it was constitutional in 2008 when the ACLU challenged Indiana’s Voter ID law.
Texas' new Photo Voter ID Bill currently sits on Eric Holder's desk awaiting his "review," as Texas (along with some other states) still is saddled by the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
ALL they want is VOTER FRAUD to happen.
ACLU Waging Lawfare on behalf of democrat voter fraud machine.
It’s massive MSM backed election theft.
Maybe we need to bring in international election observers like they do in 3rd world pestholes.
Oh wait, we’ve turned into a 3rd world pesthole.
“But how will we turn out the graveyard vote???”