Friday, January 20, 2012

South Carolina, where the dead can vote!

Obama and Holder bring Chicago politics to the nation...

At the end of December the state received notification that the Justice Department was rejecting South Carolina’s law requiring voters to show photo ID before casting their ballots.

The department claims the law makes it harder for minorities to vote.

According to South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, the State Election Commission reported 239,000 people were registered to vote without photo ID. Through an audit by the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles it was discovered 37,000 on the list were deceased and 96,000 had moved to other states.

Despite that news, Democrats have been critical of the South Carolina voter ID law as well as voter ID efforts in other states.

“Republicans clearly want to shrink who is going to the polls because they know they can’t win elections on the merits,” Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz told MSNBC late last month.



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