Supreme Court Upholds North Dakota’s Voter ID Law

Jan 2016
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Colorado
#62
It seems many Native Americans don't have a residential address in North Dakota, and as a consequence will not be able to vote.
Donald Trump says them Injuns can vote for their own Big Chief on the reservation, and their own Chief Top Head Squaw. Maybe they'll want to vote for Pocahontas for that, that crazy Elizabeth Warren woman, the one with blood coming out of her where-ever.
 
Jun 2018
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Florida
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The GOP is increasingly focused on ways to allow a minority of Americans (generally speaking, wealthier whites) to dominate the majority. Voter ID is part of that. They specifically set up voter ID rules with the idea of maximizing the discouragement of voters expected to vote for Democrats (in this case, Native Americans), with as little interference as possible with voters expected to vote for Republicans. That's why, for example, they generally make it so firearms IDs work as voter ID, but not student IDs, and why they never focus on absentee ballots (which, obviously, are a vastly more sane way to try to steal an election than in-person voter fraud, but which disproportionately go for Republicans so they must be treated as sacrosanct).
If this common liberal talking point even has much validity, it still is a drop in the bucket, compared to the suppression of PROPER VOTER SUPPRESSION, that Democrats do, such as stopping voter Citizenship ID, to allow illegal aliens to vote.
 

HayJenn

Moderator
Jul 2014
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46,038
CA
#66
Then the court found that this racist position you are spouting is unfounded... sorry, better luck next time...
It has nothing to do with racism and everything to do with suppressing votes and you know it. So stop playing your lame race card.

So you still can't answer a simple yes or no question?

What it is with people here that won't answer direct questions? It's really not a hard thing to do.
 
May 2012
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By the wall
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HayJenn

Moderator
Jul 2014
58,187
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CA
#68
Tell these idiots to register for early voting by mail by using their drivers license and SS number.

Jesus Christ.

I swear that you guys will bitch and moan about everything.
So I will take that as a yes, that you support suppressing votes. And the part about there is no voter formal registration in ND apparently flew right over your head Mr. Phd???




Voting in North Dakota - Ballotpedia
 
May 2012
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12,209
By the wall
#69
So I will take that as a yes, that you support suppressing votes. And the part about there is no voter formal registration in ND apparently flew right over your head Mr. Phd???




Voting in North Dakota - Ballotpedia
What the hell do you mean there is or formal registration in ND?

Are you saying that nobody there can register to vote?

Well you heard it from Jenn folks, ND no longer votes for president, nobody can formally register to vote.

Shocking isn't it?
 

Southern Dad

Former Staff
Feb 2015
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#70
That link is dated 2013. This law was passed since then.
That link is the current Secretary of State's website. It is current. The webpage template was copyrighted 2013. That doesn't mean the information on it is from 2013. I'm sorry your post exposed your ignorance on this. The website is so current that it has the correct countdown to the next election, 26 days. It even shows today's date. Got anything else?
 

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