I am responding to Glenda Clendenin, the director of elections in Moore County: Driver’s licenses and Social Security cards are not valid identification documents to be a voter.
Anyone can get a driver’s license and a Social Security card. Do you want non-U.S. citizens to be voters in our country?
Let me tell a story about myself.
I came to this country 45 years ago as a legal resident, and the day after my arrival, I went with an interpreter to a Social Security office in New Jersey to get my Social Security card so that I could get a job.
A week or so later, also in New Jersey, I acquired my driver’s license in Spanish because I didn’t speak English. Now this means, in less than five years before I became a U.S. citizen, I could be a voter?
What I see is a voting law being violated by legal and illegal immigrants. What is wrong with getting a valid picture ID with fingerprints? Prior to getting my citizenship, I was fingerprinted, something which many U.S.-born citizens never have done.
What I see is that we are going to elect a president by people who should not vote. I am not a Republican or Democrat. I am an independent voter, and I see the two-party system corrupted by the big money and lobbyists.
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