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LISTEN: Lenny McAllister on Radio New Zealand (Friday, September 28, 2012)

In Audio on September 27, 2012 at 8:33 pm

Pennsylvania’s controversial voter ID law remains before a state judge to determine its validity. Lenny McAllister speaks with Radio New Zealand Friday morning (in New Zealand) to discuss the impact of the current crop of voter ID laws nationally.

RADIO NEW ZEALAND (September 28, 2012): Political commentator and community advocate Lenny McAllister speaks to Geoff Robinson of Radio New Zealand’s Morning Reportabout the Pennsylvania voter ID law and the controversial wave of new laws that have hit the books in time for the 2012 general election. Catch the interview by clicking the picture above or by clicking HERE

 

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Lenny McAllister Calls It Right on PA Voter ID Law Ruling

In Upcoming Appearances on September 18, 2012 at 3:32 pm

 

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Lenny McAllister, Republican strategist and notable commentator, is responding to news of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court voter ID law ruling, nearly a week after standing with voter advocates.

McAllister stood on the steps of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court last Thursday, saying that the law was being implemented hastily and was not in the best interest of voters. Today the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the law be vacated.

“As I said while standing with the NAACP on Thursday, I believe in voter validation. However, I believe that all voter validation efforts must protect both the citizen’s right to vote and the process of the vote simultaneously,” said McAllister.

“Pennsylvania’s law in its current form overreaches its intended goal by way of flawed legislation and implementation. I welcome future efforts that will encapsulate the need and insightful implementation of voter validation efforts moving onward,” Lenny added.

Read today’s statement by the Pennyslvania court by visiting: http://www.pacourts.us/Opinions/SupremeOpinions/SupremePostings.htm.