When my wife and I voted on Oct. 25 at the Kill Devil Hills precinct, our Dare County Voter Registration Cards were not accepted as personal identification, nor was a driver’s license or any other form of personal identification allowed. We were requested to verbally state our names, address, and date of birth which was heard by nearly everyone in the room. We considered this an invasion of privacy. This incident was reported to the Dare County Director of Elections Michele Barnes. We were told the Voter Registration Cards are still valid and are still being issued to newly registered voters.
In this day and age of