Friday, October 22, 2004

Voting Age Lowered In New Mexico

More voter registration fraud (hat tip John Ray at Dissecting Leftism):

In New Mexico, Albuquerque police officer Glen Stout became concerned when his 13-year old son received a voter registration card—as did one of his son's 15-year old friends. What that means is that Stout's son and the 15-year old neighbor are legally entitled to vote in the State of New Mexico without the fear of being challenged since a law pushed through that State's Democratically-controlled legislature and signed into law by Democratic Gov. Bill Richardson earlier this year prevents precinct workers at any of New Mexico's polls from asking for any form of identification from any voter, or asking their age—even if fraud is obvious.

Read the whole thing here.

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