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Legislators get an earful over voter ID (video)

The House Elections Committee meets Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. when discussion over proposed voter ID legislation will continue with election and voting experts.

Tuesday’s four-hour public hearing brought residents from across the state to voice both support and opposition to the added voting requirement. For some of the highlights from that hearing, click below:

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  1. BitterEXdemocrackkk

    March 14, 2013 at 6:55 am

    Voter ID is the NECESSARY INSURANCE to protect voter/electoral INTEGRITY!

    the democrackkk run SBOE in NC cannot be trusted any longer to deal with voter fraud…they are criminals too it seems…

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