What you will see and hear in the video below is astonishing appalling, but the women working the New Hampshire voter rolls can’t be blamed. Dozens of “dead” show up to vote, and would have, had it not been Project Veritas at work. New Hampshire does not allow a voter to be asked for identification. The Democrat Governors of Minnesota, New Hampshire and North Carolina VETOED voter I.D. requirements passed in their Congresses in 2011.
No voter ID of any kind required or asked for:
California, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wyoming, Vermont.
Strict photo ID requirements:
Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, South Carolina, South Dakota.
Requires voter I.D. but not specifically with a photo:
Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, Utah.
My state of Oklahoma is listed as requiring identification without a photo, but under our new Voter I.D. legislation, a photo is NOT required ONLY if you present your Oklahoma Registered Voter I.D. card.
Some Voter I.D. required:
“Voters are asked to show a photo ID in order to vote. Voters who are unable to show photo ID are still allowed to vote if they can meet certain other critieria. In some states, a voter with ID can vouch for a voter without. Other states ask a voter without ID to provide personal information such as a birth date, or sign an affidavit swearing to his or her identity. Voters without ID are not required to return to election officials after the election and show a photo ID in order to have their ballots counted in the manner that voters without ID in the strict photo ID states are.”
Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, South Dakota,
In 2011, initiatives failed in California, Maryland, New Mexico and West Virginia. Legislation is pending in Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania. Data Source.
UPDATE: South Carolina’s Voter I.D. is new and requires a state issued photo I.D. Obama’s Department of Justice is challenging the law and has “blocked” it. South Carolina’s Attorney Journal is challenging the DOJ in court, but the state’s challenge will not be timely for the January 21 primary.
Under the Voting Rights Act, the Justice Department must approve any changes to the state’s voting laws because of South Carolina’s troubled racial history.
“If somebody tried to vote for a deceased person, all they would have to do today is walk in with their registration card that has no picture on it, put down the card and vote,” Greg Foster, spokesman for state House Speaker Bobby Harrell, told TheDC. “If that person had to show a photo ID, it would make it very difficult to vote as a dead person in our state.” Source: Daily Caller
New Hampshire Voter Fraud Readily Available in New Hampshire (video)