- In 2018, North Carolina voted to pass a Constitutional Amendment to require voter ID.
- The House then passed legislation to accommodate this vote, but Cooper vetoed it.
- The Republican-controlled legislature then overrode the veto.
- A liberal group sued the legislature, and now the law is held up in state court.
- In 2018, the majority of North Carolinians voted for a Constitutional Amendment to require voter ID.
- Despite the will of the people, Democrat special interest groups are delaying this in court, harming election security.
- Summary: https://ballotpedia.org/North_Carolina_Voter_ID_Amendment_(2018)
- National Polls
- Last month, Selzer & Co./Grinnell College conducted a national poll and found Americans support voter ID 56-36%.
- In 2018, the Pew Research Center conducted a national poll and found Americans support voter ID 76-23%.
- Voter ID is popular among Democrats and Republicans nationally and here in North Carolina. There is nothing partisan about demanding election security.