Sunday, October 21, 2012

Early voting begins in Illinois tomorrow--and yes, you need a photo ID

Only the living can vote...
Hold on...what is this? You need a photo ID to vote early in Illinois? Yep, you do. Oh, early voting starts tomorrow in the Land of Lincoln.

Back to the ID: State law requires that eligible voters present government photo identification such as a driver's license, a state ID--yes, from Illinois only--or a US passport for early voting

Quick: Where are the charges of disenfranchisement from liberals? Where are the cries of  "voter intimidation" from union bosses?

Patriots--to vote early in Illinois, click here to find out where you need to go.

For those Illinoisans who have an aversion to photo IDs--you can still vote by mail or show up on Election Day, sign a form, and pretty much just say, "This is me."

But please vote only once. Yes, I'm talking about Illinois, but even here vote fraud is a felony.

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teriobrien said...

What do you think of the whole concept of "early voting?" I'm not referring to the traditional absentee ballots, that were issued for cause, but this idea that people vote before they have the opportunity to hear both sides of the argument. I'm not a fan. I think it's like a jury standing up in the middle of the defense attorney's closing argument and saying "OK, we've heard enough," and proceeding to vote for conviction or acquittal. It's tailor made for the liberals' main constituency, the low-information voters,no?

John Ruberry said...

I'm not a big fan of early voting either. Let's say something dramatic happens on November 1--and you decide you prefer another candidate now.

But you already voted...