If you had someone else's credentials, it may have tripped you up. I wish they'd actually pay attention to the pictures and really verify voters, everywhere... sounds like your precinct was pretty careful.Paladin wrote: ↑Mon Oct 29, 2018 10:32 amThey asked me to recite from memory my entire address out loud in front of a room full of people, when 2 copies of my correct and current address info was in their hand. They did not ask if the info in their hand was current. They did not at any time ask or imply that I had moved.
It is not a normal thing.
Another example: I still get the voter registration cards for the lady who used to live in my house... and she's been dead almost 9 yrs. (she should have dropped off the current voter list several times.) If we were dishonest, she could have voted for the last 9 years, as we got the renewal for her DL in the mail a few years back as well. Not surprising that you hear of dead people voting all the time... because it would be simple to pull off. That's why I'm in favor of strict voter ID laws/procedures.
Now, if they tended to vote R after death, I'd let all of my angst go.