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Ordeals with voter fraud how much of -- problem is it and whether voter ID laws are solution or something more sinister.
Here's correspondent Shannon -- And I went dead people voting in the state of South Carolina.
Governor Nikki Haley says it's just common sense to require voters to show -- when they arrive at polling places on Election Day.
South Carolina is among the sixteen states that have passed laws requiring photo ID.
Sixteen others require some form of ID though not necessarily a photo.
Several of the state laws had been blocked by the Justice Department and some -- caught up an ongoing litigation.
Hilary Shelton senior vice president advocacy for the NAACP says supporters of voter ID laws have one goal in mind.
Only they can win elections is that this suppress votes altogether.
That's un American that's undemocratic.
Color of change a group founded by former White House -- -- and Jones east challenging voter ID laws by going after the American legislative exchange council or Alec.
A group that is back TID laws in the past.
Color of change accuses Alec of quotes trying to stop black people from voting.
And is urged its 85000 members to exert pressure on a number of corporations including Coca-Cola who have donated ten -- in the past and it worked.
Coca-Cola was one of several entities that promise to stop future giving Alec has since announced -- -- standing its elections task force.
The National Center for Public Policy Research announced today it will assume that work.
A -- Fox News poll shows by a two to one margin Americans do not believe those who support voter ID laws are trying to block a legal bullets by minorities in fact.
70% reported they believe the laws are necessary to stop illegal voting.
They're talking until minority female governor.
Of the state of South Carolina there's nothing I want more than to make sure everybody that wants to vote can't.
-- many Democrats say it's about disenfranchising.
The poor blacks and Hispanics groups that exit polls show overwhelmingly voted for President Obama in 2008.
Of the lowest income voters 95% of blacks and 67% of Hispanics.
-- a federal appeals court upheld most of Arizona's voter ID law on Tuesday to other states are still in the midst of fighting to have their laws enforced in time for this year's elections.
In Texas and Wisconsin.
Jack thank you.
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