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Thursday, August 16, 2012

PA Voters: If you need help getting identification, state provides info

The State of PA has information on their website on what identification will be needed to vote in the 2012 Presidential and other fall elections. PA recently passed the legislation that any individual of voting age must show id or i.d., identfication when you arrive at polling place to vote in state of PA.
What are the types of identification that are acceptable to show to vote in PA? What if you do not have an i.d., identification and you need to obtain it, where do you go? What is the last day you can obtain it before the fall elections? These questions and more can be answered by going to the State of PA’s website page on Voter Identification. To see this page, click HERE. If there is any problem with this link, the PA Voter Identification Page is at:
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