Voter ID on Townhall

Robert Knight - Tue May 22

The most encouraging news out of Kansas is that the state is taking the lead in cleaning up registration rolls so that people won’t vote in two states or after they’ve died, which is alarming news for Chicago and other cities where the dead vote early and often. ... more

North Carolina - Tue May 15

Non-citizens and the dead voting... ... more

America - Thu May 10

Oh, and so are laws that require voter ID. ... more

Ken Blackwell - Fri Apr 20

Arizona might be going to the U.S. Supreme Court yet again. A federal appeals court upheld part of the Grand Canyon State’s voter-ID law, but struck down another part of Arizona’s law as inconsistent with a 1993 federal law. ... more Staff - Wed Apr 18

Chuck Norris - Tue Apr 17

President Barack Obama and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder's Justice Department have a new obsession to obstruct any state's passing of voter identification laws, even recently attacking South Carolina and my own state of Texas. Holder calls voter ID laws "unnecessary" and says voter fraud "doesn't exist," but new video proof in his own voting precinct proves otherwise. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Wed Apr 11

Let's stipulate: Activists on the left are free to exercise their rights of speech and assembly to boycott businesses whose politics they oppose. Conversely, activists on the right are free to exercise the power of their pocketbooks and refrain from supporting businesses that shun their values. ... more

Russell Pearce - Tue Apr 10

In 2004, I authored the Prop 200: Arizona Taxpayers and Citizens Protection Act. The law required proof of citizenship to register to vote, a photo I.D. when voting, and proof of eligibility to receive non-federal mandated public benefits. The Left and even many RINOs like John McCain screamed racism, but Arizona voters passed it by an overwhelming margin. ... more

David Limbaugh - Tue Apr 10

Can anyone think of an innocuous reason that President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder oppose state voter ID laws? ... more

Washington, DC - Tue Apr 10

Project Veritas exposes the ease one can commit voter fraud once again, this time in DC. ... more

Lurita Doan - Mon Mar 26

What Americans need in our next president isn’t complicated. Given our nation’s pressing problems, we just need a president capable of saying “NO”. The United States is, once again, at an important turning point, brought to the brink by Barack Obama’s profligate spending. In order to reverse the damage caused by 4 years of Obama’s left-leaning, entitlement-driven, anti-business policies, the nation needs a leader who is willing to stop the fiscal hemorrhaging and just say “no”. ... more

Washington, D.C. - Fri Mar 23

"Of course you should have to show ID when you go in to vote!" ... more

Ken Blackwell - Thu Mar 22

Protecting the integrity of the ballot box is essential to our democracy. ... more

Washington, DC - Thu Mar 22

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) doesn't remember her comment on voter ID laws. ... more

Robert Knight - Tue Mar 20

What would you call it if some Americans went overseas to the UN’s Human Rights Council and gave aid and comfort to some of the most repressive regimes on the planet? ... more

Dennis Prager - Tue Mar 20

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the NAACP, has gone to the United Nations -- specifically the U.N. Human Rights Council -- for, in the words of USA Today, "help battling what the organization views as forces attempting to push back voting rights." ... more

Doug Giles - Sun Mar 18

Call me weird, but if Texans have to brandish an ID to buy cigarettes or beer, coach a youth football team, see an R-rated movie, cash a check, buy Sudafed or spray paint, pick up their children from school early, rent a video, open up a P.O. Box, pick up tickets at will call for a Bon Jovi concert, or rent a kayak to float down the Guadalupe then I don’t think it is too much to ask that a person who waddles up to a voting booth to elect our next president prove that he or she is here legally. ... more

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown - Fri Mar 16

The US Justice Department has blocked the implementation of a Texas statue to require voters to present a photo id at the voting booth. Last December, the same Eric Holder led department blocked the enforcement of a similar law in South Carolina. ... more