The NAACP and other liberal leaning groups want us to trust that every vote cast in NC is legal. No thanks, NAACP. I have witnessed firsthand the potential for voter fraud in our state. I am happy to be inconvenienced in order to improve the integrity of the voting process.
Apparently, I am not alone. Polls from Civitas reveal that 77% of NC citizens are in favor of voter I.D. laws. The NAACP has failed to disclose these types of numbers. I worked the polls back in November alongside some very passionate Obama supporters. We engaged in several debates over policy. The need to bring reform to the voting process was the one thing that brought us together.
One African American woman made a comment about how she would never vote absentee ballot. “You just never know where that ballot might end up,” she said. A senior citizen affiliated with the Democratic party expressed her worries that Republicans might commit voter fraud. We agreed that voter I.D. was a non-partisan issue. We all recognized how much dishonest people were corrupting the system and diminishing the power of our legitimate votes.
The NC General Assembly will address this issue soon. Jay DeLancey of Voter Integrity Project has researched the potential for voter fraud in our state. He has compiled a list of suggested changes for us to present to our state representatives. Will you please take time to look over this list? Please leave your comments and suggestions at the end of this post.
Legislators will likely pass some type of voter ID legislation soon but no one knows exactly what form it will take. The NC voting process is in need of much reform. We need to make sure this legislation is both powerful and effective. Please make your voices heard! Join this event. Call and email state representatives now!
By: Donna Mauney
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