Voter ID Vs ID’s For Prescriptions, Cigarettes, To Drive & Other

Okay why did they go to checking ID’s when getting prescriptions? Why do you have to be a certain age to buy cigarettes? Why do you have to be a certain age to drive? Do you have to be a certain age to vote? How is voting hazardous to your health? Oh the answer to…Read more Voter ID Vs ID’s For Prescriptions, Cigarettes, To Drive & Other

NC Republicans reveal their voter ID proposal – News & Observer

RALEIGH Boards of elections would provide registration cards with photos, and students at North Carolina’s public universities would be able to use their school IDs to vote under a draft voter ID bill that Republican legislators released Tuesday. Voters decided this month to add a voter ID requirement to the state constitution. The legislature is…Read more NC Republicans reveal their voter ID proposal – News & Observer

So D All Has Said Voter ID Is A Problem?

So d all has said Voter Id is a problem! Really! It appears that the problem is d all not counting all the Votes! So damn the folk go vote but then d all hide the machines so Votes will not get counted. So who is the problem? Yous got it damn d all! Note:…Read more So D All Has Said Voter ID Is A Problem?

Voter ID?

Funny as hell that the ignant racist white folk are calling for Voter ID but say nothing about Trump showing his income taxes. So why do they really want Voter ID? Voter fraud? Just don’t want Black Folk to Vote? Damn just say it! The fraud is the good ole ignant racist boys producing bills…Read more Voter ID?

Butterfield Statement on SCOTUS Voter ID Decision

For Immediate Release Date:  May 15, 2017 Contact: Meaghan Lynch Office:    (202) 225.3101 Butterfield Statement on SCOTUS Voter ID Decision WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) today released the following statement after the United States Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ unanimous finding that the…Read more Butterfield Statement on SCOTUS Voter ID Decision

Really? Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II Inflammatory Remarks In Response To Gov. Pat McCrory Response to Voter ID

Damn the newsman said it is being said that Rev. Dr. William Barber II is using inflammatory remarks as it relates to Gov. Pat McCrory response to the Voter Id that was struck down by a 3 member panel of judges 2 white and 1 black. Said Dr. Barber was doing it for attention. Well…Read more Really? Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II Inflammatory Remarks In Response To Gov. Pat McCrory Response to Voter ID

Appeals court rejects NC’s request to postpone voter ID decision

RALEIGH, N.C. An appeals court has quickly decided it won’t delay enforcement of its ruling striking down North Carolina’s photo identification requirement and other election restrictions, including reducing early in-person voting by seven days. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied the stay Thursday, one day after state leaders’ attorneys requested that last week’s…Read more Appeals court rejects NC’s request to postpone voter ID decision

Butterfield Applauds Unanimous Fourth Circuit Decision on Discriminatory Voter ID Law

  For Release:  Immediate     Date:  July 29, 2016   Contact: Meaghan Lynch Office:    (202) 225.3101   Butterfield Applauds Unanimous Fourth Circuit Decision on Discriminatory Voter ID Law   Washington, DC – Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) today released the following statement after the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously determined the NC General…Read more Butterfield Applauds Unanimous Fourth Circuit Decision on Discriminatory Voter ID Law

Voter ID trial ends; decision is now up to federal judge – Winston-Salem Journal

The Watch Dog response: This is why I am a Life Fully Paid Member of the NAACP. In closing arguments Monday, North Carolina’s photo ID requirement was described by attorneys for the North Carolina NAACP as a racially discriminatory law that places unconstitutional burdens on blacks and Hispanics. Attorneys representing Gov. Pat McCrory and state elections…Read more Voter ID trial ends; decision is now up to federal judge – Winston-Salem Journal

Voter ID trial ends; decision is now up to federal judge – Winston-Salem Journal

The Watch Dog response: This is why I am a Life Fully Paid Member of the NAACP. In closing arguments Monday, North Carolina’s photo ID requirement was described by attorneys for the North Carolina NAACP as a racially discriminatory law that places unconstitutional burdens on blacks and Hispanics. Attorneys representing Gov. Pat McCrory and state elections…Read more Voter ID trial ends; decision is now up to federal judge – Winston-Salem Journal

Ned Barnett: State’s new Voter ID rule narrows the right to vote – Winston Salem Journal

The most confounding and misleading part of the new voter ID requirement is the “common sense” defense. Republican state Senate leader Phil Berger said in a TV ad that requiring a photo ID to vote “prevents fraud and protects the integrity of our elections — it’s common sense.” Republican Gov. Pat McCrory signed the requirement…Read more Ned Barnett: State’s new Voter ID rule narrows the right to vote – Winston Salem Journal

Trial to start over North Carolina’s voter ID law – The Washington Post

The Political Agitator’s response: Anyone black, brown, white and other that believe in doing what is right and fair know that the Voter ID Law is far from either. The issue is some ignant racist white folk just happen to have the power, they used their white privilege to attempt to afford even good white…Read more Trial to start over North Carolina’s voter ID law – The Washington Post

Judge refuses to dismiss NC voter ID challenge – The News & Observer

A federal judge on Friday refused a request from state lawmakers to dismiss a challenge to the North Carolina voter ID law. U.S. District Judge Thomas Schroeder set the issue for a trial, tentatively in January. Attorneys for state lawmakers argued that a change made this year to the ID provision of election law made…Read more Judge refuses to dismiss NC voter ID challenge – The News & Observer

U.S. Federal Court Says Texas Voter ID Violates Voting Rights Act – ABC News

A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that Texas‘ voter ID law has a “discriminatory” effect on minorities in a victory for President Barack Obama, whose administration took the unusual step of bringing the weight of the U.S. Justice Department to fight a wave of new ballot-box restrictions passed in conservative statehouses. The 5th U.S. Circuit…Read more U.S. Federal Court Says Texas Voter ID Violates Voting Rights Act – ABC News

Judge to take several weeks to rule on NC voter ID challenge Read – News & Observer

RALEIGH — A Wake County judge plans to take two to three weeks to decide whether a lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s voter ID law should be dismissed or proceed to trial this summer. Mike Morgan, a Wake County Superior Court judge, briefed attorneys Friday after listening to several hours of arguments for and against the…Read more Judge to take several weeks to rule on NC voter ID challenge Read – News & Observer