Several years ago, state Sen. John Lehman sent out a questionnaire. One of the questions was: "Do you favor voter I.D.?" A short time later he stopped at my house on one of his door-to-door trips I asked him why, when the results of that poll showed
78 percent were for voter I.D., that he voted against it? I got the standard party line rhetoric, which really just boils down to because we know better than the 78 percent of you. Is this how constituents want to be served? I don't think so, do you?