Add another state to voter ID rules

Oklahoma appears well on its way to approving voter ID, requiring voters to prove they who they say they are when attempting to vote. Only a precinct or two is reporting but in early returns, a few thousand had voted for the measure. Nobody had voted against it.

Oklahoma has its share of some of the odd ballot measures, because it’s a state — unlike Minnesota, for example, that has “initiative petition,” by which residents can get something on the ballot if they gain enough signatures.

One of those items is a proposal that would bar the application of Muslim or Sharia Law, something that — as far as anyone knows — wasn’t a threat in Oklahoma anyway. It’s a state which appears to use the Constitution. It’s sailing through.

Apparently it stems from a case in New Jersey:

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