WI Voter ID Struck Down
Just the latest state to be challanged.
Wisconsin’s Voter ID law was nullified Tuesday after federal district judge Lynn Adelman ruled that “virtually no voter impersonation occurs in Wisconsin.” This is just the latest state to fall victim to leftist charades – Arkansas’ Voter ID law was voided last week, and Eric Holder’s DOJ is taking action against North Carolina and Texas over similar laws. The ACLU’s Dale Ho declared, “This is a warning to other states that are trying to make it harder for citizens to vote. This decision put them on notice that they can’t tamper with citizens’ fundamental right to cast a ballot. The people, and our democracy, deserve and demand better.” Wisconsin’s Republican Gov. Scott Walker said of the decision, “We believe the voter ID law is Constitutional and will ultimately be upheld. We’re reviewing [the] decision before deciding on potential action.”
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