Some logic in the voter ID debate
In case you missed it, Scott Mooneyham in his latest column provides a dose of reality amid all the paranoid right-wing rantings about voter fraud and the need for voter ID suppression laws.
Ironically, a group desperate to make the case that voter fraud is a problem is doing just the opposite.
An outfit that calls itself the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina may indeed be proving a point. That point is that there is little evidence to support the occurrence of widespread, organized voter fraud in North Carolina.