Tag Archives: Voter ID Laws

Another day, another Democrat voting fraud scandal

Here is another inconvenient truth for those who say Voter ID laws are unnecessary because voter misconduct rarely happens: a Democratic official in Texas has admitted to voter fraud, in a case that Texas lawmakers cited when they passed the Voter ID law in 2012. Hazel Brionne Woodard, a Democratic precinct chair candidate in Fort Worth, Texas pled guilty to voting fraud ... Read More »

Voter fraud is no myth

Opponents of voter identification legislation consistently contend that it proposes a solution to a non-problem. President Barack Obama, during a speech at Al Sharpton's Action Network Conference in New York City on Friday, put it this way: "Let's be clear. The real voter fraud is people who try to deny our rights by making bogus arguments about voter fraud."...

 

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Victims or Perpetrators? How Democrats Are Waging Guerilla War Against Popular Voter ID Laws

On the national scene, President Obama and the Democrats defend the unpopular Obamacare law as settled law of the land, therefore do not question it. At the same time, though, the Democrats relentlessly attack voter ID laws that have been enacted in several states over the past few years. The Obama administration is even waging courtroom war against those laws, suing states including Texas that have passed voter ID to get the laws gutted. Texas is key to Democrats’ hopes to build a permanent presidency and congressional majority, so whatever happens in Texas won’t stay in Texas. Voter ID seems to fill Democrats with dread that they cannot win the state...

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