Friday, July 14, 2006

Jugde Says No To Voter ID Check

WSAV.com

Georgia voters won't have to show a government-

issued photo id when they go to the polls.

That's because of two rulings issued Wednesday.

One denied the state's appeal to an earlier ruling that blocked enforcement of the new law during next week's primary.

The other decision blocking enforcement came from a federal judge.

Critics -- who believe the law will keep Georgia's elderly, low-income and minorities from voting -- are relieved.

"It's logical. Because when people went to get the photo id, the same 17 pieces of identification they needed to get the photo id -- they can't use to vote! So it really didn't make any sense at all,"

says Democratic State Senator Regina Thomas.

Law proponent, Republican Senator Eric Johnson, who sees photo id's as a way to fight election fraud, issued a statement saying, "Democrats have found a way to allow Illegals and the dead to have a say in next Tuesday's primary. Every registered voter should be outraged."Georgia voters won't have to show a government-

issued photo id when they go to the polls.

That's because of two rulings issued Wednesday.

One denied the state's appeal to an earlier ruling that blocked enforcement of the new law during next week's primary.

The other decision blocking enforcement came from a federal judge.

Critics -- who believe the law will keep Georgia's elderly, low-income and minorities from voting -- are relieved.

"It's logical. Because when people went to get the photo id, the same 17 pieces of identification they needed to get the photo id -- they can't use to vote! So it really didn't make any sense at all,"

says Democratic State Senator Regina Thomas.

Law proponent, Republican Senator Eric Johnson, who sees photo id's as a way to fight election fraud, issued a statement saying, "Democrats have found a way to allow Illegals and the dead to have a say in next Tuesday's primary. Every registered voter should be outraged."

I don't see where it's illegal or un-constitutional to require you to prove you are you to vote. Photo IDs aren't hard to get (just ask any illegal alien here in NC).


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