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Judge says voting rules won't change for August election

MADISON — A federal judge hearing challenges to Wisconsin’s voter identification law says the rules for the August primary election will be the same as they were for the April presidential primary. 99 more words

Scott Walker

Can I Get a Confirmation from the Congregation? - How Governor McCrory Has Brought Me Closer To God

Governor McCrory, you have brought me closer to God.

Simply put, I have never conversed so much and so passionately with my creator than these past three years. 752 more words

Are Voter ID Laws Racist?

Well, the default alt-right  answer is “I don’t care,” since charges of racism are just used to socially shame ethnocentrism among Whites. Furthermore, anyone who doesn’t have enough agency to prove their identity to the government should not be voting on who gets to be part of the government. 755 more words

America

What's Happening With the Texas Voter ID Law?

Editor’s Note: For those following along: Texas has been in the news a lot lately over its photo ID law. Here’s the latest.

Oral argument will take place Tuesday before the full panel of judges of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Texas’s strict photo ID law. 593 more words

Kansas appeals order to register thousands of voters

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Secretary of State Kris Kobach has asked a federal appeals court to stay a judge’s order to add to voting rolls for federal elections thousands of Kansans who did not provide proof of citizenship when registering to vote at motor vehicle offices. 104 more words

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JUDGE UPHOLDS CONSTITUTIONALITY ON STATE VOTER ID LAW

Yahoo: “A U.S. federal judge on Thursday upheld a 2013 Virginia law requiring prospective voters to show an approved photo identification before they cast their ballots. 307 more words

Politics

Virginia’s Strict Voter ID Law Upheld By Federal Judge

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Virginia’s strict voter ID law has been ruled constitutional by a federal judge, who said that lawmakers had no “discriminatory intent” toward minorities, young people, or the elderly when they crafted the legislation. 662 more words

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