State Supreme Court won't take suit challenging voter ID law
The State Supreme Court has declined to intervene in a Tulsa County lawsuit that must be moved to Oklahoma County for it to proceed with its challenge to a voter-approved state question.
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#1 May 4, 2011
Left or right, showing legal ID to vote is no hardship. Vote fraud has been an issue for decades, this may help control it. Illegal residents have no business voting anyway. Seems to me only those wanting to load an election would object. Illegal immigration is a scourge that must be dealt with. Crime, strain on resources, and drug trafficking all seem to be endemic. If need be close the southern border with minefields, guards, dogs, whatever it takes. To big to be done? No. The Soviets did it for more than half a century.
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