Skip to comments.Voter ID amendment: Battle grows heated over ad claims
Posted on 10/25/2012 5:20:49 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
The main group advocating for a voter ID requirement in Minnesota's constitution accused the other side of spreading misinformation Wednesday, Oct. 24, while the Vote No team featured St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman's warning that the amendment would make it more difficult for domestic-violence victims to vote.
The pro-amendment group ProtectMyVote.com is filing a complaint with the state Office of Administrative Hearings against its opposite number, Our Vote Our Future, over an ad saying military IDs are not valid under the amendment.
"It's a blatant lie, and they know it," said ProtectMyVote.com Chairman Dan McGrath in a statement. The group has asked media outlets to stop airing the ad.
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After what we saw of Moran’s son yesterday, it’s easy to see why Dems fight against presenting an ID to vote and it makes the case for those of us who WANT people to show ID before voting.
Ive noticed thats the new Dem talking point here in MN.
Felons voting doesnt seem to matter to them now (we have Dems actually trying to pass laws here to allow felons to legally vote)
My conclusion is they think its fine to allow felons to vote NOW, otherwise theyd tighten the law to exclude being able to claim
Ignorance of the law as a valid claim to avoid prosecution.
How many laws have you heard of where you can avoid prosecution by claiming “I didn’t know it was illegal” ?
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