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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

No need for voter ID?

Columbia, SC (AP, WLTX) -- The director of South Carolina's Department of Motor Vehicles has told the State Law Enforcement Division that more than 900 people who were recorded as having voted were actually dead.

DMV Director Kevin Shwedo told legislators about the issue Wednesday as the U.S. Justice Department questions a new state law requiring people to show photographic identification when they vote in person.

In response, South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson asked SLED to review the evidence.

"Director Shwedo's research has revealed evidence that over nine hundred deceased people appear to have 'voted' in recent elections in South Carolina," said Wilson in a statement. "This is an alarming number, and clearly necessitates an investigation into potential criminal activity. I have asked SLED Chief Keel to review Director Shwedo's research."

Shwedo analyzed more than 230,000 records on people without state driver's licenses or identification cards. He found state Election Commission data included 30,000 dead people. He said the records involving 900 dead people were turned over to SLED to investigate.

Shwedo said the records also included more than 91,000 people who now appear to live in other states.

When asked, Shwedo did not have the specific dates of the elections the records included.

South Carolina's voter ID law was signed into law last year, and was to have taken effect January 1st. However, last month, the U.S. Justice Department said the law was unconstitutional as currently written.

(End of story, my comments follow.)

So forget all the hoopla about racist attempts to suppress the minorities, the elderly and the poor from voting. The lack of reliable identification will encourage voter fraud, end of story.


Anthony S. Layne said...

It would be interesting to see how many voted Democrat in '08.

Subvet said...

Anthony, LOL! Funny thing, that thought went through my mind also.

Steve "scotju" Dalton said...

We need voter's id! All those poor folks, elderly, minorities and dead people look alike and we need some way to figure out who's who! Especially the dead ones! The dead don't look like they were when they were alive!

sig94 said...

The Dems did the same thing in Illinois for JFK in 1960. Zombie registration.

Subvet said...

Sig94, the more things change the more they stay the same. No surprise that it involved Illinois, anyone talking about voter fraud in Texas should check the voting rolls in the land of Lincoln.

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