Kamala Harris is mocked for claiming rural residents can't get photocopies of ...

Kamala Harris is mocked for claiming rural residents can't get photocopies of ...
Kamala Harris is mocked for claiming rural residents can't get photocopies of ...
Kamala Harris is mocked for claiming rural residents can't get photocopies of their IDs to vote by mail because they don't have 'Kinkos or OfficeMax' Harris made the remarks in an interview with BET News on Friday Expressed concern that rural residents don't have any Kinkos or OfficeMax Was discussing rules in some states that require a copy of ID for mail-in votes Some rural residents did not appreciate her remark that they can't photocopy The Kinkos brand disappeared 17 years ago in a merger with FedEx 

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Vice President Kamala Harris is facing criticism after suggesting that people who live in rural areas aren't able to make photocopies because they don't have a Kinkos or OfficeMax nearby.

Harris made the remarks in an interview with BET News on Friday, arguing against voter ID laws, including those in some states that require a photocopy of ID to vote by mail.

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'I don't think that we should underestimate what that [compromise on voter ID laws] could mean,' Harris said. 

'Because in some people's mind, that means you're going to have to Xerox or photocopy your ID to send it in to prove who you are. Well, there are a whole lot of people, especially people who live in rural communities, who don't - there's no Kinkos, there's no OfficeMax near them,' she added.

Vice President Kamala Harris is facing criticism after suggesting that people who live in rural areas aren't able to make photocopies because they don't have a Kinkos or OfficeMax

Vice President Kamala Harris is facing criticism after suggesting that people who live in rural areas aren't able to make photocopies because they don't have a Kinkos or OfficeMax

'Of course people have to prove who they are,'

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