Ravenwood - 03/23/05 06:00 AM
Here is more proof that Hillary Clinton is hoping to run for President in 2008. In addition to allowing convicted felons to vote, the "Count Every Vote Act of 2005", proposed by Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, "would enable anyone to register to vote on election day and cast a ballot without a photo ID, proof of citizenship or other personal identification", reports World Net Daily.
In a column in The Hill newspaper, Byron York called the measure "the most wide-ranging assault ever on the idea that there should be minimum enforceable standards for voters."I guess it depends on what the meaning of "accuracy" is.
In a statement, Clinton said, "Voting is the most precious right of every citizen, and we have a moral obligation to ensure the integrity of our voting process. The smooth functioning of our democracy depends on voters having faith in the fairness and accuracy of our voting system, and the Count Every Vote Act is an important step toward restoring this covenant. We must be able to easily and accurately count every vote so that every vote counts."
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