Patriot News Alerts | by Ben Marquis | November 26, 2021
Election reform has become a hot-button political issue in the months since November’s presidential election as Republicans seek to implement new safeguards against fraud and Democrats attempt to expand ballot access.
According to recent reports, one aspect of that debate will soon be decided by the nation’s highest court.
Background on the case
As Fox News reported, the U.S. Supreme Court announced on Wednesday that it would take up a case involving a North Carolina law requiring voters to present a valid form of identification before casting a ballot.
Specifically, the court will seek to determine whether GOP lawmakers can intervene to defend the law in court, which is something they have accused the state’s Democratic attorney general of failing to adequately do.
Source: SCOTUS set to consider case involving challenge to NC voter ID law (patriotnewsalerts.com)