Saturday, May 3, 2008

Voter ID Requirements Are Constitutional

The United States Supreme Court has ruled that it is not unconstitutional to require voters to show they are the persons in whose names they wish to vote, before being allowed to do so.

This decision should affect the current appeal of the New Mexico federal judge's ruling that Albuquerque's voter ID ordinance was unconstitutional. It may also, with a lot of public pressure, get the New Mexico legislature to pass a legitimate voter ID law in place of the pretense they passed last year.

I have said before, and say again here — anyone who opposes voter ID requirements is actively supporting vote fraud.

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