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Voter ID passes house

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alright so the solution without a problem skirts the spirit of the law just a tick less

i wonder why we haven't gotten cracking on absentee ballot fraud yet considering that there are hundreds of cases of that every year

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There were some absentee things in it...but I don't know what's required currently to receive an absentee ballot. The poll worker knowing someone amendment was probably one of the stupidest amendments I've ever seen.

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See G5 only knows that there are voters out there voting illegally without IDs, he just can't actually prove it or point to data about it. Everything else he doesn't know about.

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Looks...sees if CWG said anything. Nope.

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Pretty sure they beatem already...who's in control?

Snap...head bob horizontally

This is more about beating them in the future thanks to changing demographics in NC. IN case you haven't noticed Republicans are in full out panic mode and are trying to figure out ways to game the system instead of adjusting their platform and letting democracy work the way it is supposed to.

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hey teeray you didn't say anything

there i win

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This is more about beating them in the future thanks to changing demographics in NC. IN case you haven't noticed Republicans are in full out panic mode and are trying to figure out ways to game the system instead of adjusting their platform and letting democracy work the way it is supposed to.

Explain. Why don't we just vote the entire year of an election year. Have primaries in January. Just vote all year. I mean...if the goal is to simply get more voters in the game and less vetting...let's go for it.

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Explain. Why don't we just vote the entire year of an election year. Have primaries in January. Just vote all year. I mean...if the goal is to simply get more voters in the game and less vetting...let's go for it.

There is a big difference between getting more voters to participate and actively trying to prevent certain voters from participating.

The ironic thing about this is that the only people participating in voter fraud are the people who support and pass these types of bills.

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There is a big difference between getting more voters to participate and actively trying to prevent certain voters from participating.

The ironic thing about this is that the only people participating in voter fraud are the people who support and pass these types of bills.

Only?

Are you so sure?

http://cleveland.cbs...-up-to-6-times/

Shouldn't speak in absolutes liberal.

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Only?

Are you so sure?

http://cleveland.cbs...-up-to-6-times/

Shouldn't speak in absolutes liberal.

Voter ID would not have prevented someone from mailing in a ballot and also going to the poll to vote.

but if it makes you happy I will amend what I said;

The only people committing voter fraud are the people that support and pass laws like this one and the .003% of other cases that happen from time to time. You are actually more likely to be struck by lightening than commit voter fraud.

The truth is that voter fraud rarely happens at a poll, and is usually related to mail in ballots and absentee ballots. So voter ID will have very little effect on preventing even the miniscule amount of voter fraud happening.

So why pass it? This graph shows why.

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Republican Mike Turzai from Pennsylvania says it better than I can.

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