There is an organization called Hispanos Unidos that is working to make sure that the American principle of “one person, one vote” is adhered to. If you are heading to the polls in municipal elections around New Mexico, you may have noticed that for the first time photo ID is required. This will go a long way towards ensuring that elections results are accurate and that only the votes of those who should vote are counted. For the record, it is my belief that both same-day voters and absentee voters should have more stringent requirements.
Following are some of the excellent television ads run by Hispanos Unidos. Check this one out about a proposal to register and vote on the same day:
Photo ID did not come easy. Here is an ad they did in an attempt to shame some of the opponents of voter ID:
Not directly related to voter fraud is this recent ad encouraging people to attend the Las Cruces Tea Party.