Almost 50% of democrats in N. Carolina vote early compared to 30% of republicans. Of those Democrat early voters almost 30% were black.
Every state seems to have a different criteria for voter ID. For example, some red states will only accept a valid drivers license. But a lot of the elderly don't drive or can't get drivers licenses.
Did you know that I have a racially mixed family, too? And that my niece and her kids are mixed race?You know I come from a very racially mixed family, right? And that my daughter and grandchildren are mixed race, right?
Thats a good sign......at least you're starting to admit poor folks exist. Guess who most of the poor folks are in conservative states?There was absolutely no need for Hillary to mention minorities at all in reference to voter ID laws other than for political race baiting. Again, voter ID laws may hinder the voting of some poor folks. But no more than they are already hindered in voting. That is not because of race, but because they have no home address to register and haven't the resources to get to the polling place.
Number of states in which blacks were the largest minority group in 2009. These included Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Blacks were also the largest minority group in the District of Columbia. (Note: Minorities are part of a group other than single-race non-Hispanic white.)
Source: Population estimates <http://www.census.gov/popest/states/asrh/SC-EST2009-04.html>