Judge Invalidates North Carolinians’ Voice on Voter ID, Speaker Moore Responds

Speaker Moore calls decision “outrageous” 

Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore responded to breaking news Friday evening that a Democrat trial judge in Wake County invalidated the voice of North Carolina voters who approved constitutional amendments for voter ID and a lower tax cap in November.  

“We will fight for North Carolinians’ voice in support of voter ID and a lower income tax cap,” Moore said. “The people have spoken and this outrageous attempt to invalidate their decisions will be appealed.”

Thirty-four states have some form of voter ID law.  North Carolina is the last state in the Southeast not to require some form of voter ID.