"That’s not a hoop to jump through," he said. "I don’t look at this as a hoop at all. The only people I can see making any big deal about this is about four or five Democratic legislators and the press. Everywhere I go people say, 'Hallelujah. Thank you for finally doing this.' It’s almost unanimous."
"Have you talked to Dorothy Cooper?" we asked.
"I don’t know Dorothy Cooper," Ramsey said.
"Let me assure you, 90 percent of the people agree with this law that, if you have to show a photo ID to get on a plane or buy a pack of cigarettes, then you ought to have to show one to vote. It’s not about disenfranchisement. This is about the integrity of the ballot box and people knowing for sure that you are who you say you are when you vote. It’s that simple."