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The Green Party posted this shocking headline on their website, encouraging folks to head to the polls without identification.

According to the article written by Michael Ybarra:

The state of Texas has made it easier for more Texans to vote in this election by expanding the types of identification that a voter can present at the polls!

If you don’t have a photo ID (reminder of the accepted forms of photo ID here), you’ll just need to fill out a short form stating the reason why you haven’t been able to get one and swearing that you are who you say you are.

Then you can present any government document that lists your name and address. A copy of the document will do, unless it has a photo, in which case be sure to bring the original. Poll workers cannot question or challenge you regarding your lack of a photo ID.

If you don’t have a photo ID, bring one of these documents to the polls:

Voter registration certificate (the card mailed to you shortly after you register to vote)
Certified birth certificate (original)
Current utility bill (copy or original)
Bank statement (copy or original)
Government check (copy or original)
Paycheck (copy or original)
Election poll workers are prohibited by law from challenging your reason for being unable to obtain a photo ID. If you experience any issues at the polls, call our Voter Protection Hotline at 1-844-TXVOTES, and we can help.

Voters with a disability may apply with the county voter registrar for a permanent exemption to showing ID at the polls.

Of course, most legal adults have to have a photo ID to function in the USA. You need one to drive, to buy alcohol, to apply for welfare, to attend Hillary Clinton rallies, to… well… pretty much do anything.

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Are they encouraging illegal aliens to vote by taking a copy of their electric bill to the polling place?


But we will probably be called racist for even making that suggestion, because, you know, it’s too hard for minorities to get the free state photo ID cards issued at the DMV or something like that.

Oh well. When facts don’t matter, insults do in these political days.

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