The North Carolina Court of Appeals has rejected the voter ID law, passed in 2018 after voters overwhelmingly approved a new constitutional amendment. The three judge panel, consisting of all democrat judges, voted unanimously to reject the Voter ID law citing it was rushed in its passage and had “discriminatory intent”.
“This ruling is another example of Democrats ignoring more than 2 million voters,” said former Rep. Scott Stone. “It is outrageous that a simple requirement now protected by the NC constitution, and in place in more than 30 other states, continues to be rejected by Democratic judges. Following the will of the people, I was proud to help pass this law in 2018. Democratic judges must stop legislate from the bench.”
The ruling provides one more challenge to requiring a photo identification to vote in the 2020 elections. Read More About The Ruling Here