Monday, March 23, 2015

Victory for fair elections: SCOTUS upholds Wisconsin voter ID law

Elections are about to become much freer and much fairer--in Wisconsin and beyond.

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge to Wisconsin's voter identification law, restoring the measure it had dramatically blocked ahead of last November's election but not in time for the April 7 ballot.

The decision by the justices means that the state will eventually require voters to show identification in all elections. But the court's action — made without comment — means the photo ID requirement will not be in place for the spring election, said Kevin Kennedy, the state's chief elections officer.
I support the principal of one person-one vote. Also, only US citizens should vote. However, President Obama's radical nominee for to be attorney general says voter ID laws are racist.

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