South Carolina Democrats are taking aim at Governor Nikki Haley after she made bold claims about the state’s new voter photo ID law.
In a recent interview with WHNS, a Fox affiliate in Greenville, Haley said she would personally drive people who lack a form of photo identification to the Department of Motor Vehicles so they could get a new photo ID card.
“Find me those people who think that this is invading their rights. Find, and I will go take them to the DMV myself and help them get that picture ID,” Haley said in the interview.
South Carolina Democrats say the Tucker and Cunningham family of Columbia called the Governor’s office and requested assistance for their 76-year-old cousin, and Army veteran Robert Tucker. However, Democrats say the office was not aware of the claim Haley made in the WHNS interview and was not able to help the family.
… It is estimated that roughly 180,000 people could be impacted by the new photo ID law, which still faces approval from the U.S. Justice Department.