Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Democrats Complain About Voter ID Law In Pennsylvania


DCCC: Pa. voter ID law could sink Obama's campaign

Washington Examiner -- Pennsylvania’s voter identification law could sink President Obama’s reelection campaign, according to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC).

“Pennsylvania’s new ‘voter I.D.’ law could literally decide the fate of President Obama’s re-election,” wrote DCCC field director Brynne Craig. “It’s not the first time that Republicans have tried to suppress the vote — but in an election this close, it could be the tipping point that delivers the Presidency to Mitt Romney.”

The Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is creating a new voter ID card that is free for people without other forms of ID.

“As we work to ensure that Pennsylvanians have the identification they need to vote this fall, this new card will provide another photo ID option for voters,” Commonwealth Secretary Carol Aichele said earlier this week. “Everyone who needs ID to vote will be able to get it months before the election.”

Entire column...

Blog author's comments - Do the Democrats rely on voter fraud to help them win elections? The Justice Department has already launched an investigation into the law and Obama will probably have his AG Eric Holder and the DOJ file a suit blocking the voter ID law in Pennsylvania at least until after the election.

“It’s not the first time that Republicans have tried to suppress the vote — but in an election this close, it could be the tipping point that delivers the Presidency to Mitt Romney.” A voter ID law is suppressing the vote? I would hope this law would 'suppress' the votes of non-citizens and those not registered to vote which is what it is meant to do.

Seriously, is anybody that is a real citizen, registered, legal, etc. not concerned about voter fraud in November? Whatever it takes - the Democrats will do - to keep Obama in office.


Does Obama expect us to believe him?

Obama: "We Tried Our Plan -- And It Worked"

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