And what better location to include than his home state of South Carolina?
We already come in last in voting accessibility, after all. We've got very funky voting machines that provided highly questionable results last June. We even have Republicans in the Lowcountry who want to remove South Carolina, or at least its 1st Congressional District, from applicability to the Voting Rights Act.
Add in the fact that there is NO RECORD OF ANY FALSE VOTING AT THE POLLS in our state, and - sheesh! It seems like the only way to get the SCGOP off the backs of citizens would be by planting its arse on the couch of a psychiatrist (extended inpatient counseling, mind you).
(There may still be a loophole to this Voter ID law in South Carolina, but that could always change, too.)