Posts Tagged ‘Voter ID’
California Leaves Behind Voter ID Legislation. Leaving The Corruption Unchecked.
The likelihood of protracted litigation has caused supporters of a California voter identification campaign to postpone their proposed ballot issue from 2022 to 2024. Reform California submitted its proposed ballot initiative, the Voter Identification and Registration Requirements Initiative, in September and obtained approval to begin collecting the 997,139 signatures required by the April 26 deadline to get the issue on the state’s June 30 ballot. Even if it could fulfill the “tight deadlines” for collecting signatures, Reform California Chairman Carl DeMaio said it was clear that state authorities and the Democrat-controlled State Assembly were determined to keep the Voter ID initiative off the ballot. “They think our proposition is illegal,” DeMaio added, quoting California Attorney General Rob Bonta and legislative analysts. That gave us pause to see what they’d do to put a halt to this initiative.” Reform California would…Read More