Becomes Largest to Leave Compact
(Western Journal) –
Good ol’ paper ballots and required official voter identification might be the only way to restore confidence in U.S. elections. Doubt concerning election integrity has spread like a disease from sea to shining sea. The devil thrives on doubt.
Doubt may be why Texas has decided to opt out of the Electronic Registration Information Center. It made the move to leave the voter information exchange organization Thursday, according to CBS News Texas.
The Lone Star State isn’t alone. Eight others previously opted out of ERIC, according to The Associated Press: Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, West Virginia, Missouri, Ohio, Iowa and Virginia.
The departure of Texas leaves 25 states and the District of Columbia as members.
There’s no reason to think it will…