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LBR 12-13-2012 01:48 PM

Voter ID Is SO Suppresive
 
http://sos.ms.gov/news_press_release.aspx?id=461

The Secretary of State’s Office recently conducted a survey of Mississippi voters which found over 98% of Mississippi’s electorate in the General Election had some form of acceptable photo identification.

Survey results show 98.3% of those surveyed reported having at least one of the eight forms of photo ID. Only 0.8% of respondents reported having none of the eight forms of photo ID. 0.9% did not answer the question.

Mississippi has it figured out, but it's too tricky for Northern states? Hmmm.....

FlDeerman 12-13-2012 02:57 PM

Florida voters don't seem to mind showing I.D.'s seems the North can't figure it out.

LBR 12-13-2012 04:32 PM

I guess we just aren't smart enough to realize how much requiring I.D. suppresses the vote.

FlDeerman 12-13-2012 04:35 PM

Funny the black gentleman in front of me didn't seem to mind either.I guess he wasn't down with the cause.

sachiko 12-13-2012 04:45 PM


Originally Posted by FlDeerman (Post 4015989)
Florida voters don't seem to mind showing I.D.'s seems the North can't figure it out.

I had to show my drivers license when I voted.

If you didn't have ID, you had to sign an affadavit stating that you didn't have ID. Of course if you lie on an affadavit, it's perjury.


:sheep:
In two more years you humans can start to straighten things out

You had better get serious though

The wolf is at the door

Terasec 12-13-2012 05:36 PM


Originally Posted by sachiko (Post 4016035)
I had to show my drivers license when I voted.

If you didn't have ID, you had to sign an affadavit stating that you didn't have ID. Of course if you lie on an affadavit, it's perjury.


:sheep:
In two more years you humans can start to straighten things out

You had better get serious though

The wolf is at the door

I don't know specifics of your states law,
My wifes license expired in october.
She got the replacement in late nov
According to your states regs can she vote?
If she signed the affidavit that would technically be perjury as she was without a license.

sachiko 12-13-2012 05:57 PM


Originally Posted by Terasec (Post 4016049)
I don't know specifics of your states law,
My wifes license expired in october.
She got the replacement in late nov
According to your states regs can she vote?
If she signed the affidavit that would technically be perjury as she was without a license.

No, you swear, or affirm, that you don't have a picture ID, which in her case would have been the truth.

Of course if you don't have it because you left it at home, you can simply go back home and get it.

(When they renew your license here, they cut a corner off the old one and staple the receipt to it. It's good until your new one comes in the mail.)


:sheep:
May The Sheep Be With You

Terasec 12-13-2012 06:33 PM


Originally Posted by sachiko (Post 4016060)
No, you swear, or affirm, that you don't have a picture ID, which in her case would have been the truth.

Of course if you don't have it because you left it at home, you can simply go back home and get it.

(When they renew your license here, they cut a corner off the old one and staple the receipt to it. It's good until your new one comes in the mail.)


:sheep:
May The Sheep Be With You

Does that affidavit go to further review?
To verify the name and such?
That would make sense
Otherwise its pointless.
Falsely signing the registry is a crime in itself,


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