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@AriBerman "State election officials say the move will overwhelm their resources and prevent them from preparing for early and absentee voting for the November midterms." #NorthCarolina #VotingRights #DOJ
"One subpoena, sent to 44 county election boards last week, asks for 'any and all poll books, e-poll books, voting records, and/or voter authorization documents, and executed official ballots (including absentee ballots)' from August 2013 to August 2018."
"Another subpoena asks the state board of elections for 'all voter registration applications,' along with documents including absentee ballots and early voting forms, for every county in the state over the past eight years."
"We are deeply concerned by the administrative drain on county boards of #elections in order to comply with the extensive subpoenas immediately prior to a federal election, including the necessary reproduction of millions of documents (all ballots, etc.)." #NorthCarolina #Voting

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Jul 10, 2018
@AriBerman "How many Americans don't have government-issued picture identification? And how, in this era of post-9/11 security and digital commerce, could anyone function without it?"
@AriBerman Birth certificates needed to obtain a new photo ID. Difficulties for seniors & those born in rural areas:

Birth certificates not regularly generated in 1930s & earlier. Many of these people were delivered by midwives who often misspelled babies' & parents' names on birth docs.
@AriBerman Ruthelle Frank, 84, was denied a new voter ID because she lacked a birth certificate. The state's vital records office found her birth certificate, but there were other problems — both her parents' names were misspelled, rendering the document invalid. Cost to correct it: $200.
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