Skip to comments.ACLU, NAACP Remind CT Voters: No Photo ID Required
Posted on 11/02/2012 12:09:39 AM PDT by tsowellfan
The ACLU and NAACP have reminded voters in Connecticut that a photo ID is not required to vote in the state. The activist groups told Connecticut voters that they can instead present a credit card, utility bill, or simply sign a form attesting to their identity...
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Dog whistle for voter fraud...
Then there are states like the tiny battleground of NH, where you can show up unregistered the day of, without ID, and simply sign an affidavit saying you live in the state, including simply moving in on that day.
The Dems think the dead have more rights than the living.
No, the dems think they have more rights hence more votes than anyone else
Hmmmm..... They always demand my DL to vote in my town (Southern Middlesex County)
“simply sign a form attesting to their identity”? Boy if that isn’t begging for voter fraud I dont know what is. I wonder how many John Q. Publics will be voting over and over in this election ? Obviously a lot...
I’ve been voting in CT since 1972 and have been asked for and produced a photo ID every time. I don’t see why this is a problem. One year as they were checking my name off the list, I saw my mothers name still listed. She had died about six years before. Without photo ID anyone could have claimed to be her and voted.
and they do. In the cities.
I’ve never been asked for my ID. She moves her finger down that list you mentioned and I could actually pick a name next to any of the addresses as she moves that finger if I wanted to (but have no reason to)
I agree with you. I wished it was a strict law everywhere to verify by photo ID. Obviously it’s not here (which probably explains why there are so many Somalis in line waiting to vote (some not even in the US six months yet).
We need to vote out everybody in DC and start over.
Two more generations of Irish marriages in my family and you’re going to be able to read through us