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  • Senate Passes Voter ID BIll.

     
    Legislation that would require state residents to show photo identification every time they vote has moved a step closer to Gov. Tom Corbett’s desk. The majority-Republican state Senate voted 26-23, largely along party lines, after hours of grueling...
  • Corbett Signs #VoterID Bill; Predicts It Will Increase Turnout.

     
    With the stroke of a pen Wednesday evening, Gov. Tom Corbett permanently changed the way Pennsylvania voters pick their elected leaders. Starting with a dry run during the April 24 primary, state residents will have to show photo identification every........
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Voter ID Law A Challenge For Election Workers.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Hope you all had a peaceful and restful weekend. We begin this morning with a story from our Mothership colleague Scott Kraus, who outlines the headaches facing county elections workers as they implement the state's......
  • New Report: PA has a (voter) identity crisis.

     
    The Folks At The ... ... leftward-leaning Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center are out with a new report today concluding that the state Department of Transportation faces some challenges when it comes to implementing Pennsylvania's new Voter...
  • State launches social media effort on #VoterID

     
    With A Commonwealth Court Judge ... ... set to release a decision on Pennsylvania's controversial voter identification law just about any minute now, the Department of State announced this morning that it's launching a social media blitz to educate...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: When it comes to #VoterID, voters are polls apart.

     
    Ron Bukowski and Gary Miller stand on opposite shores in this summer’s debate over Pennsylvania’s new voter identification law. As he strolled through the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley in Lehigh County on a blindingly sunny afternoon last...
  • #VoterID guru weighs in on PA court decision.

     
    With Judge Robert Simpson's decision on Pennsyvlania's voter identification law headed for the state Supreme Court, here's a few thoughts on the lower court ruling from UCal-Irvine law prof Rick Hasen, whose book "The Voting Wars" is the Ur-text for......
  • PennDOT to begin issuing non-driver IDs for voting today.

     
    This just in from the Department of Transportation: "Starting today in Pittsburgh and statewide on Aug. 28, voters who lack verification documents necessary for a secure Pennsylvania Photo ID (non-driver’s license ID card), will be able to obtain...
  • Official: Even with new Voter ID law, no one will be turned away at the polls.

     
    With the April 24 primary less than a week away, Pennsylvania’s top elections official sought to reassure voters Wednesday that a lack of photo identification won’t result in their being turned away at the polls. “No eligible...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Reapportionment Commission To Meet This Afternoon.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The Legislative Reapportionment Commission meets at 1 p.m. today to maybe ... possibly ... hope of hopes ... vote on a new map of the 203 state House and 50 state Senate districts. Capitolwire reported......
  • Panel Gives Preliminary Approval To New House And Senate District Maps.

     
    Allentown will still get a new House seat; the Poconos will get new Senate and House seats and Northampton County will go back to having two state senators under a new preliminary legislative district map approved Thursday. The 4-1 vote......
  • Touch-screen voting machine issues pop up in Nevada to the benefit of Reid (and Angle)

     
    Electronic voting machines are being blamed for anxiety in Nevada as several early voters are complaining that when they began to cast their ballot Majority Leader Harry Reid's name was already selected. Boulder City resident Joyce Ferrara, who wanted to....