Demand an Apology

According to Democratic Party of Virginia Chair Charniele Herring, a member of the House of Delegates, photo ID requirements are “un-American.” Someone apparently forgot to tell that to the 75% of Virginia voters who support photo ID – including 95% of Republicans, 78% of independents, and 57% of Democrats.

Tell Democratic Party of Virginia Chairwoman Charnielle Herring that there’s nothing “un-American” about supporting common sense photo ID requirements backed by 75% of Virginians. Virginia voters deserve an apology.


Chairwoman Herring: You Owe Virginia Voters an Apology!
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