Skip to comments.Voter ID amendment: Complaint against Ritchie to be heard Friday
Posted on 10/10/2012 8:14:08 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
The complaint filed by two state senators against Secretary of State Mark Ritchie over his conduct related to the state's proposed voter ID amendment is scheduled for a hearing Friday morning.
Administrative law judge Bruce Johnson issued an order Tuesday, Oct. 9, concluding that the allegations, if true, would constitute a violation and thus a probable cause hearing was merited.
Republican Sens. Mike Parry of Waseca and Scott Newman of Hutchinson filed the complaint Thursday with the Office of Administrative Hearings. It alleged that Ritchie, a Democrat and opponent of the proposed amendment -- which would require all voters to present a photo ID at the polls -- had made false statements and improperly used his office to work against the amendment's passage.
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Land of 10,000 flakes....
[SYNTHETIC VOICE OF THE GREAT AND POWERFUL OZ]
PAY NO ATTENTION TO THAT LITTLE MAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN!!
We are controlled by the Democrat Farm Labor Mafia. You don’t think we actually voted FOR Al Franken and Mark Dayton?
I'd be REALLY surprised if he actually levied any sanctions.
” We are controlled by the Democrat Farm Labor Mafia. You dont think we actually voted FOR Al Franken and Mark Dayton?”
HECK no. The Labor Mafia is bad there, for sure. At least it isn’t Massachusetts. The happiest day of my life was when I left....
3200 miles to California, which was then (1976)Reagan Country.
Now its Mexifornia, and bankrupt : )
There is no factual basis for the imaginary financial impacts some local governments are concocting and it’s impossible for the Voter ID amendment to end Election Day registration.
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