Thursday, June 14, 2018

Show-Me Voter ID Lawsuit Against Missouri

Progressive perspective on this national fight over voting rights now targeting local politicos and recent legislation. Read more:

Missouri voter ID law violates state constitution, new lawsuit claims

A new lawsuit filed Wednesday in Missouri claims the state's strict photo identification law, which could disenfranchise roughly 200,000 registered voters, is unconstitutional. Priorities USA Foundation, the super PAC that supported Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, argues that the state's voter ID law is unlawful, despite a constitutional amendment that Republicans passed in order to shield the law from legal scrutiny, according to the lawsuit.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Dems getting desperate. Their non-citizen voting base must be at risk.

Anonymous said...

^^Ugh huh. Hyper-partisan chump. That renders your opinions about anything irrelevant. Go back to Faux News. We don't have time for dummies not smart enough to hold two sopping thoughts in their tiny heads. You are what's wrong with our country right now. Go read a book!

Anonymous said...

If you cannot prove citizenship you should not be able to vote. What is racist about that ? Please explain ?

Anonymous said...

Look up 'poll tax" and get back to me. I can't do the work for you.

Anonymous said...

But we had to download a ballot, have a valid government ID, and have our ballot notarized by a registered notary public to vote for the street carexpansion. Why all the fuss about having to have a valid ID to vote for president and other elected officials?