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O’Malley Takes Swipe At Virginia Over New Voter ID Law’s

November 6th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Taking a swipe at his neighbor, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley says that unlike the state of Virginia, Maryland encourages its residents to vote and does not practice voter suppression. He called Virginia's new voter ID laws "voter oppression laws" and insisted that Maryland doesn't discourage people from voting. Virginia's new laws require voters to bring some sort of identification, such as a driver's license or a utility bill, to polling stations. When asked if Maryland would consider implementing voter ID laws, O’Malley emphatically rejected the notion…





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