Sunday, June 29, 2014

The New Mississippi Voter Laws and McDaniels’ Allegations of Voter Fraud

Facts are stubborn things, and they are often overlooked or pushed aside when trying to espouse an argument that they would weaken. That may be the case in Mississippi where allegations of voter fraud are spewing forth from the McDaniel camp.
The 2014 primary elections were the first to use the new voter ID laws, and they were considered a remarkable success. There were no post-mortem complaints from either campaign following the primary on June 3, and none after the runoff on June 24.
These laws, which all parties involved adamantly supported, worked and worked well
Read complete article here.