Voter ID

Donald Britt’s lengthy objection to Minnesota’s proposed Voter ID law cries out for a response. It’s mostly standard fare, posing hypothetical cases designed to tug at people’s emotions but having little application to actual voting. He’s also long on outlandish unattributed cost estimates and citations of a highly partisan Secretary of State who seeks out [...]

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Our organization has been researching voter fraud in Minnesota for over four years.  We also helped to author the Voter ID amendment that will be on this November’s ballot.  Rev. Donald E. Britt’s recent letter on Voter ID was so flawed that I felt obligated to respond and set the record straight: FACT: Minnesota has [...]

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For more than 24 years while living in Minnesota,  I served as a trained election judge. In all of that time, I have never witnessed anyone pretending they were someone they were not so they could vote in that person’s name, nor defraud the people of this state by lying about their place of residence. [...]

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The proposed Photo ID constitutional amendment will be on the November ballot. The Senate today (April 4) took the final step in placing the proposed amendment before voters by approving the Photo ID conference committee report on a 35-29 vote. One Republican, Sen. Jeremy Miller, R-Winona, voted against the amendment. A Democratic attempt to send [...]

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Republican Rep, Sondra Erickson of Princeton has joined a lawsuit filed in federal court today (Feb. 28) seeking to require that state and county officials first confirm eligibility of people registering on Election Day before counting their votes. Erickson, who lost reelection to the House in District 16A by 89 votes in 2008, indicated her [...]

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