Voter ID

NC Department of Justice

North Carolina’s Attorney General Roy Cooper is publicly urging Governor Pat McCrory to veto the Voter ID bill.

It wasn’t until the addition of Sarah Palin to the Republican Presidential ticket in 2008 that Rhonda Amoroso’s desire to create political change in the Cape Fear region re-ignited. 

Several years later, the New Hanover County Republican Party re-elected Rhonda Amoroso to a second two-year term as Party Chair.  Then, almost immediately, Governor Pat McCrory appointed her to the State Board of Elections. 

According to state statute, Amoroso will have to step down from her County position, and the local GOP will select a new Chair. 

SC Sues Justice Department Over Voter ID Law

Feb 8, 2012

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson filed a complaint against the Department of Justice in U.S. District Court Tuesday stating the DOJ was wrong to reject the state’s new law requiring voters to present a photo ID at the polls.