Voter ID Education — Kris Kobach in Overland Park on Thursday morning, in Leavenworth Thursday afternoon
Secretary of State Kris Kobach is on a state-wide tour, to educate voters and answer questions about the Kansas Secure and Fair Elections Act of 2011 (SAFE Act). The tour wraps up in Leavenworth and Overland Park on Thursday, June 14. Visit www.GotVoterID.com to learn more. From the Web site: Thursday, June 14, 2012 Overland Park, 9:30-11 a.m. M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Auditorium, Nerman Museum | Read More »
Obama DOJ thinks S.C. Blacks too stupid to get photo IDs?
The Palmetto State’s new law actually provides free state-issued photo identification cards to all that need them just like the laws of all the other states with such laws that the Department of Justice either pre-cleared or decided not to contest. So what is the difference between the South Carolina law as opposed to the laws of Georgia (also upheld by their state’s highest court), that DOJ approved and Indiana (also upheld by | Read More »
Ohio’s stalled voter ID law- vote on Tuesday
In March the Ohio House passed HB 159, which introduced reasonable reforms to secure Ohio’s election process, one of which was to require a photo ID in order to vote in person. Parts of the bill were passed into law in June. However, the GOP-controlled senate and Republican Secretary of State, Jon Husted, balked at the photo ID requirement and it’s been held up in | Read More »