Party With Bill Clinton? Bring Photo ID
While Vermont Secretary of State James Condos threatens to sue James O’Keefe after his Project Veritas investigation exposed voter fraud in Vermont, where no one is required to show any type of ID before they vote, there is at least one Democrat who is concerned about photo ID -- at least when it comes to joining him for a party. Bill Clinton.
According to an email invite from Emily Wurgaft, the Millennium Network Director at the William J. Clinton Foundation, describing the April 1 festivities in Washington, D.C., “Hundreds of rising leaders will be at the upcoming Millennium Network event to be inspired by President Clinton and Chelsea, as they discuss the Clinton Foundation's innovative work to improve global health, promote healthier childhoods, strengthen economies, and protect the environment.”
When you click on the link to purchase tickets ($150-$10,000), aside from the required casual/festive attire to wear, you will also be informed to bring photo ID.
There will be an open bar. Get all the party details here.