Alongside a state law proposal and constitutional amendment requiring a photo ID be shown at the ballots, an Arkansas representative turned senator announced today his intention to write a bill that would create a voter fraud investigative unit.
Rep. Bryan King, R-Berryville, called the proposed measure an independent “voter integrity unit,” according to Arkansas News. King, who was elected to the Senate in November, said he hopes to use the unit alongside changes to the law and state constitution to battle allegations of statewide voter fraud.
This unit would include prosecutors and judges, he said.
Last year, King filed a measure in the House to require separate voter ID cards issued. However, the matter died in a Senate committee.