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Who should get help voting?

Right now, state law allows folks who are blind, illiterate, or physically unable to fill out a ballot to have help inside the voting booth, as long as they explain their problem to poll workers. However, State Senator RC Soles wants to change the law to allow anybody to bring anyone with them into the voting booth, no questions asked.

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RC Soles SB56

Shame on you Mr. Soles, trying to pull the wool over voters eyes and disguising it as a fairness to the voter bill. Sounds to me like grade school kids on the playground at school, Can't win the game by the rules, simply change the rules. You (Mr. Soles) may have stooped to a new low. But this time you may be caught with your pants down ,because I believe the people are smart enough to see through this one.

RC Soles flimflamman

How is it that RC Soles thinks this is something he can get away with? This dilutes my vote and my rights to a fair election. Dragging a man to the polls against his will? Standing next to someone to make sure they vote a certain way? No wonder Julia Boseman worships this man and the ruby slippers he dances in.