There are few things more sacred to American citizens than their right to vote in our nations’ elections, and that is a right that must be protected.
Democrats and other members of the progressive left have, without fail, denied the possible existence of voter fraud in America, even though there is rampant and undeniable proof that the issue exists. The reasoning is, of course, that the democrats are using voter fraud in order to maintain some semblance of power in government, whether it be in Washington D.C. or Main Street, USA.
Some states have been working overtime to curb the threat of fraudulent voting, much to the chagrin of constitutional conservatives. Arkansas is the latest state to accept reality and create an environment in which democratic meddling can no longer sway elections.
“Arkansas’ governor signed a measure Friday requiring voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot, reinstating a voter ID law that was struck down by the state’s highest court more than two years ago.
“The bill signed by Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson closely mirrors the law enacted by the Legislature in 2013 that was found unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court the following year. The latest law is aimed at addressing the argument by some justices that the 2013 law didn’t receive enough votes in the Legislature to be enacted.
“Unlike that measure, the latest version of the requirement allows voters with a photo ID to cast a provisional ballot if they sign a sworn statement confirming their identity.
“‘This law is different, in a number of ways, than the previous law, which was struck down by the Supreme Court. It should hold up under any court review. For those reasons, I signed the bill into law,’ Hutchinson said.”
These voter ID laws are becoming increasingly important in the United States, as our nation’s population is being diluted with non-citizens at an alarming rate. These non-citizens have a tendency to vote democratic, due to the left’s increasingly relaxed policies regarding our borders and sovereignty.