News Archive for March 2012

 

More Support for Voter ID Law in North Carolina

The Wake County Board of Commissioners recently put its stamp of approval of the North Carolina voter ID law identified as House Bill 351, the bill vetoed last year by Governor Beverly Perdue.

 

Are Voter I.D. Laws Racist?

The Media Research Center's Dan Joseph took to the streets this week to find out what Washingtonians think about voter ID laws.

 

Vermont Officials Seeking to Prosecute Voter Reform Advocates?

James O'Keefe of Project Veritas released another undercover video at BigJournalism.com, this one showing that voters in Vermont could simply go to a polling place, give any name-for instance those of dead Vermonters-and be given a ballot.

 

US Dept. of Justice Rejects Texas Voter I.D. Law

The US Department of Justice has rejected Texas' pre-clearance application for its new voter ID law. The feds say the state did not prove that the law will not discriminate against minority voters, especially Hispanics

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