Friday, September 21, 2012

Black GOP activist: Voter fraud law “stinks”

Voters show photo ID during Pennsylvania Republican Primary
Harrisburg - Stanley R. Lawson, Sr., 70, is a former Republican County Chairman, city councilman, and is currently head of the local chapter of the NAACP.

He says the recent emphasis on voter fraud practiced by the the Party of Lincoln's new law requiring photo ID “stinks.”

"The whole thing stinks," Lawson told "The Huffington Post" on Friday afternoon. "They say the reason they did this is because of all the fraud going on. But I happen to be a former Republican chairman of the county, I've been on the city council, I've been a township commissioner, and I've never seen it or heard anyone complain about voter fraud."
A recent study generated during arguments of a lawsuit wending its way through Pennsylvania's state courts has found that 10 perent of Pennsylvania voters have no such ID.

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