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Judge Upholds Voter I.D. in Pennsylvania

stuckinIL Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 4:52 PM
I live in the Demokrat Socialist Republik of Illinois, and I agree with you whole heartedly. This happens all the time, in every election in this "State". In BHO's "Hometown" they elected a state rep that had a felony, just so the Dems could pull him out after he won, and replace him with someone else. They said it was too late to change the ballot and have a "fair" election. If things don't go their way, they are unfair and unjust. I say suck it up buttercup, and press on.

Pennsylvania is on Attorney General Eric Holder's target list when it comes to challenging Voter I.D. laws but a judge has ruled that the requirement of photo identification in order to cast a ballot is valid and has refused to grant an injunction on behalf of a Civil Rights group challenging the law.

 A Commonwealth Court judge denied a bid by civil rights groups to block the new voter identification law from taking effect, delivering a first-round victory to Gov. Corbett and legislative Republicans who pushed the measure through this spring saying it was needed to prevent...