SCLWV says no

August 13, 2012

The League of Women Voters of South Carolina takes the position that the preference of the state legislature for a voter photo ID bill would be a requirement too costly. And Eleanor Hare, representing the Clemson chapter, says what South Carolina already requires to establish the identity of someone casting a vote is adequate. The challenge to South Carolina’s proposed law is in the courts, and Hare hopes it will be permanently killed. If not killed permanently, at least not required for the General Election, fewer than three months away.

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