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Re: North Carolina: Voter fraud under investigation; tighter election security sought

Posted by RIPTA42HopeTunnel on Fri Apr 4 08:52:18 2014, in response to Re: North Carolina: Voter fraud under investigation; tighter election security sought, posted by ChicagoMotorman on Thu Apr 3 20:48:43 2014.

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OK, do you have proof?

North Carolina General Statutes 163-166.13(e)

As used in this section, "photo identification" means any one of the following that contains a photograph of the registered voter...

(1) A North Carolina drivers license issued under Article 2 of Chapter 20 of the General Statutes, including a learner's permit or a provisional license.

(2) A special identification card for nonoperators issued under G.S. 20-37.7.

(3) A United States passport.

(4) A United States military identification card, except there is no requirement that it have a printed expiration or issuance date.

(5) A Veterans Identification Card issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs for use at Veterans Administration medical facilities facilities, except there is no requirement that it have a printed expiration or issuance date.

(6) A tribal enrollment card issued by a federally recognized tribe.

(7) A tribal enrollment card issued by a tribe recognized by this State under Chapter 71A of the General Statutes, provided that card meets all of the following criteria:

a. Is issued in accordance with a process approved by the State Board of Elections that requires an application and proof of identity equivalent to the requirements for issuance of a special identification card by the Division of Motor Vehicles under G.S. 20-7 and G.S. 20-37.7.

b. Is signed by an elected official of the tribe.

(8) A drivers license or nonoperators identification card issued by another state, the District of Columbia, or a territory or commonwealth of the United States, but only if the voter's voter registration was within 90 days of the election. (2013-381, s. 2.1.)

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