North Carolina Gov. Says Voter ID Critics Rely on ‘Scare Tactics’

by - August 15, 2013

North Carolina’s governor is defending a voter ID bill he signed into law earlier this week, saying that critics’ complaints that the new law will hurt voting are simply “scare tactics.” Gov. Pat McCrory, a Republican, discussed the new law  in a YouTube video arguing that North Carolina is joining many other states that already have voter ID laws, and those from the “extreme left” who criticize the photo ID law are relying on “scare tactics” and “divisive politics.” McCrory (R) signed the  voter ID act into law on Monday, introducing a number of voting changes to a possible election battleground state.

ABC News

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