Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Explains Why It’s Not Racist to Require ID for Voting

Editor’s note: North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, a Republican, spoke during a House Judiciary Committee hearing Thursday on voting rights. Read the lightly edited transcript, below, or watch the video above.

You see, I’m the first black lieutenant governor of North Carolina, and I hail from Greensboro, home of the Woolworth sit-ins, an epicenter of the civil rights movement…

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9 Highlights From Senate Hearing on Federal Takeover of Elections

Lawmakers listened to ominous references to the South’s Jim Crow era and Maoist China as the Senate held its first hearing on Democrats’ legislation to nationalize elections while eliminating voter ID and most other state election safeguards…

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7 Ways the 2005 Carter-Baker Report Could Have Averted Problems With 2020 Election

7 Ways the 2005 Carter-Baker Report Could Have Averted Problems With 2020 Election

7 Ways the 2005 Carter-Baker Report Could Have Averted Problems With 2020 Election

They called on states to increase voter ID requirements; to be leery of mail-in voting; to halt ballot harvesting; to maintain voter lists, in part to ensure dead people are promptly removed from them; to allow election observers to monitor ballot counting; and to make sure voting machines are working properly. 

They also wanted the media to refrain from calling elections too early and from touting exit polls. 

All of this may sound eerily similar to the issues in the prolonged presidential election battle of 2020. But these were among the 87 recommendations from the 2005 report of the bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform, known informally as the Carter-Baker Commission….

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