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MORE: State lawmakers: SC voter ID law would prevent dead people from voting

Watch how easy it is to dupe these sweet little ladies (naive little lambs) working at the New Hampshire polling places. 

The New Hampshire legislature, in its infinite wisdom (proof: its own Ballot Law Commission sits illegally), does not require voters to show identification.  In fact, “The State says we’re not allowed to ask for identification” according to one poll worker caught on camera.

ANYONE can vote in New Hampshire.  Even the dead.

Video footage taken by filmmaker James O’Keefe and his organization, Project Veritas shows election workers in New Hampshire giving out ballots in the names of dead voters at multiple voting precincts during the state’s primary election on Tuesday.  Think this doesn’t happen everywhere voter ID is not required?  Think the Obama regime/ACORN/union thugs don’t know this and aren’t working it to their advantage? Think again…

“Video footage of undercover reporters obtaining New Hampshire primary ballots intended for people who have died may appear shocking, but it is no surprise to Artur Davis, a former Democratic congressman and vocal advocate against voter ID fraud.

The way to prevent this kind of fraud, he told The Daily Caller, is simple:

Require identification at the polls… ‘Voter fraud is common in many jurisdictions,’ David told TheDC.

‘I’m struck by the people who forcibly argue there’s no such thing, that it never happens. Many jurisdictions are slow to purge their rolls, so people who have been dead for a number of years can still be on those rolls, and people who have died more recently are certainly on them.’

A law requiring voters to present ID, he continued, ‘is just one more step in the transparency process… You can’t cash a check, enter a lot of private buildings in Washington, D.C. and New York City without one. It’s just not a serious impediment in peoples’ lives.’”

Unless, of course, they’re people who can’t win elections without voter fraud. Then it becomes a very serious impediment indeed.