NC voter identification bill requested by Republican Governor Pat McCrory, Obama puppet Beverly Perdue vetoed ID bill, Provisional ballot shuts down left lies
“On Monday June 23rd, 2008 the SBI initiated an investigation into allegations that employees of the Alamance County Health Department specifically Dr.
Kathleen Shapley-Quinn and Nurse Karen Saxer were knowingly and willingly falsifying patient medical records.”
“At the request of some patients, Alamance County Health Department provided work notes and prescriptions in alias names. Providing these services would assist illegal aliens with maintaining assumed or stolen identities, which may be a violation of state, or federal law. (Identity Theft, Fraud, etc.)”
“Veronica Arias, of Texas, reported on May 2nd, 2008 to the ACSO that someone in Swepsonville, NC had stolen her identity and was using same to be employed.
Maria Sanchez was arrested on May 6, 2008 by investigators of the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office for stealing and using the identity of Veronica Arias.
Sanchez used the name, SSN, DOB, of Veronica Arias who is a living resident of Texas.”…Alamance County NC Sheriff 2008 report
“Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows.”…George Orwell, “1984″
“It’s not who votes that counts, it’s who counts the votes”…Joseph Stalin
More good news from North Carolina.
The fruits of corrupt Democrat Government in NC being replaced are already evident. Former Governor, Beverly Perdue, a Obama puppet, vetoed a voter ID Bill. New Governor, Pat McCrory, is already requesting that a North Carolina voter identification bill be placed on his desk.
From WRAL January 9, 2013.
“Gov. Pat McCrory said Wednesday he wants a North Carolina voter identification bill on his desk but now sounds willing to accept a bill that doesn’t demand photo ID to cast ballots in person.
McCrory said he’s open to other required identification such as voter registration cards but would let the General Assembly develop legislation. He’d be asked to sign any bill into law.
“I still would like (a) photo on it but I’d also be willing to accept other options,” McCrory told reporters while visiting the Legislative Building for the opening of the General Assembly session. The News & Record of Greensboro reported similar comments from McCrory when he visited Greensboro on Tuesday.
McCrory said Wednesday he still expects “a voter ID bill to be passed in the very near future and I will sign that bill.”
McCrory’s comments contrast with his past vocal backing of a photo ID requirement, particularly a 2011 Republican bill that was vetoed by Gov. Beverly Perdue. He criticized Perdue for the veto at the time and asked his supporters to create videos about places where they already must show photo ID.
House Speaker Thom Tillis, R-Mecklenburg, said later Wednesday a bill may be afoot this year requiring people without a form of ID to cast provisional ballots. The Legislature will return to work at the end of the month after Wednesday’s one-day session.
Supporters of photo identification in voting argue it would reduce the potential for voter fraud and will build public confidence in elections. But legislative Democrats and civil rights groups contend voter ID isn’t needed because fraud is very rare and ID requirements will discourage voting by older adults and the poor who lack photo identification.”
Prosecutions for voter fraud are rare, however, actual fraud is undetermined because of lax procedures in the past.