Obama’s war against voter fraud reform

January 16, 2012 06:24

Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr. ordered a halt to South Carolina’s new photo ID law.  … Five states (Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, and North Carolina) enacted photo ID laws that were vetoed by Democratic governors.


By Robert Knight at American Thinker


The ACLU has filed three lawsuits seeking to overturn a new Florida law that tightens the integrity of the ballot box, while the Obama Justice Department has scotched South Carolina’s new photo ID law. It’s part of a nationwide campaign by the left to overturn numerous recently enacted laws designed to defeat voter fraud.


video sting artist James O’Keefe and his team have exposed the fact that dead people’s names were readily accepted by poll workers during Tuesday’s presidential primary election.


Although Democrats insist that little or no voter fraud is occurring, at least 55 former Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) employees or associates have been convicted of some form of voter fraud in 11 states, according to the Capital Research Center’s Matthew Vadum.


Democrats have compared voter fraud prevention to Jim Crow laws like poll taxes.  But the state provides free photo IDs, and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has even offered to drive people to the polls who could not get there otherwise.


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