"Don't worry, it's just a little inconvenient ... for your staffer."
Republican Asa Hutchinson, the former congressman and current candidate for governor of Arkansas, is a big fan of the state's new voter I.D. law. So what happened when Mr. Hutchinson tried to vote
Spokesman Christian Olson told The Associated Press that Asa Hutchinson forgot his ID when he attempted to vote at the polls in Bentonville on Tuesday. Olson says a staffer was able to retrieve the ID and bring it to Hutchinson so he could vote. [...]
Olson says Hutchinson thought the incident was a “little bit of an inconvenience” but still believes the law is necessary.
Good point, Asa!
And so, to the elderly or infirm voter who had to arrange for transportation to the polls, to the single mom who managed to find a babysitter for an hour, to the minimum wage worker who ran over to vote during lunch, remember, forgetting your I.D. isn't the end of the world, it's only a "little bit of an inconvenience." Just have your staffer run home and get it for you. Problem solved!