NC GOP Senate Bill Seeks to Curb College Vote

North Carolina Republicans are really doing everything they can do to keep their gerrymandered majority in the State legislature.  They know demographic trends are against them, so their goal is to stop Democrat leaning voting blocks from being able to vote…

Now, it’s college students they are after and whose votes they are trying to suppress or water down….

When are the Dems going to learn that Republicans fight dirty and if they are going to pull us into the gutter with them, we have to fight back in the gutter…

There is so much ammunition accumulating to use against these GOP dinosaurs.

If only the Dems would learn to use it effectively….

From WRAL Raleigh:

RALEIGH, N.C. — A bill filed in the state Senate Tuesday would carry a tax penalty for parents whose children register to vote at their college address.

Senate Bill 667, known as “Equalize Voter Rights,” would remove the tax exemption for dependents who register to vote at any address other than their parents’ home.

“If the voter is a dependent of the voter’s parent or legal guardian, is 18 years of age or older and the voter has registered at an address other than that of the parent or legal guardian, the parent or legal guardian will not be allowed to claim the voter as a dependent for state income tax purposes,” the bill says.

The measure would affect only state income tax, so it wouldn’t have much effect on out-of-state students. But it could effectively cut student voting in counties like Watauga and Orange, where college voters have been a key part of the Democratic Party’s dominance.

The bill would also require voters to have their vehicles registered at the same address as their voter registration. That also could cut down on college student registration, since many students maintain their vehicle registration in their home counties.

via Senate bill seeks to curb college vote :: WRAL.com.

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