Supreme Court Upholds Indiana Voter Photo ID

From John Lott’s website:

The law “is amply justified by the valid interest in protecting ‘the integrity and reliability of the electoral process,’” Justice John Paul Stevens said in an opinion that was joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy. Stevens was a dissenter in Bush v. Gore in 2000. . . .

I wonder how many Republican-led legislatures will now rush to enact voter-I.D. laws before this coming November?  If the numbers that have been thrown around about illegal aliens and dead people voting in past elections (mostly alleged to have voted for democratic candidates) are true, this could literally change the outcome of the presidential election – not to mention many senate and house races…

It’s gonna be an interesting 6 months…

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One Response to “Supreme Court Upholds Indiana Voter Photo ID”

  1. MateBurke (Les) Says:

    And a long 6 months as well.

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