Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear arguments in voter ID challenges

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: February 23, 2014 - 6:05 AM

MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Supreme Court is getting ready to listen to oral arguments in two lawsuits challenging the state's voter photo identification law.

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nickdejoFeb. 23, 14 8:30 AM

anyone and everyone that lives here has a right to vote no matter if one is legal or not. and to ask any to show a ID is just over the top. It's just too hard for some to get a ID.

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mondaveauFeb. 23, 14 9:29 AM

nickdejo-------"anyone and everyone that lives here has a right to vote no matter if one is legal or not,..."----------The Constitution and federal statute disagree. Immigrants, whether legal or illegal do not have the right to vote simply because the live here. The liberals try to suggest that no illegal alien would even consider voting because it may draw attention to themselves. Clearly there are folks who think that the risk would be worth it. The problem is far more widespread than Lefty would suggest.

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mylittleidFeb. 23, 14 9:48 AM

Hopefully the Supreme Court will strike down this blatant attempt by the GOP to disenfranchise voters.

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mondaveauFeb. 23, 14 2:21 PM

mylittleid-----"Hopefully the Supreme Court will strike down this blatant attempt by the GOP to disenfranchise voters."-------Oh, it's an attempt to disenfranchise voters alright. We're trying to exclude some of the voters that nickdejo describes, that whether legal or not, feel like they have the right to vote simply because they're here. What a truly brazen attempt to undermine our elections.

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mylittleidFeb. 23, 14 9:12 PM

mondaveau - "What a truly brazen attempt to undermine our elections." ---- Yeah, look up some statistics on voter fraud and you will see that it is NOT the reason Republicans are pushing for voter ID. It's virtually non-existent. And given that, think about why the notoriously stingy Republicans want to spend millions of tax dollars implementing these systems around the country.

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