Voter ID Photos on Townhall

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              Gloria Gilman holds a sign during the NAACP voter ID rally to demonstrate the opposition of Pennsylvania's new voter identification law, Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, in Philadelphia. Penns

    Gloria Gilman holds a sign during the NAACP voter ID rally to demonstrate the opposition of Pennsylvania's new voter identification law, Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, in Philadelphia. Penns

    Posted: 9/13/2012 12:28:34 PM EST
    Gloria Gilman holds a sign during the NAACP voter ID rally to demonstrate the opposition of Pennsylvania's new voter identification law, Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania's Supreme Court justices are scheduled to hear arguments over whether a new law requiring each voter to show valid photo identification poses an unnecessary threat to the right to vote. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)
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              FILE - In this May 1, 2012, file photo, Viviette Applewhite, 93, a plaintiff in a lawsuit against Pennsylvania's tough new voter identification law, speaks in a video played during a ne

    FILE - In this May 1, 2012, file photo, Viviette Applewhite, 93, a plaintiff in a lawsuit against Pennsylvania's tough new voter identification law, speaks in a video played during a ne

    Posted: 9/2/2012 10:18:18 AM EST
    FILE - In this May 1, 2012, file photo, Viviette Applewhite, 93, a plaintiff in a lawsuit against Pennsylvania's tough new voter identification law, speaks in a video played during a news conference in the Pennsylvania state Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., as one of her lawyers, Witold J. Walczak of the American Civil Liberties Union. Before voters get a say in this year's presidential race, lawyers and judges are having theirs. A series of ongoing court battles in several vital states may determine over the next several weeks everything from how people cast their votes, when polling locations will be open and what ballots will look like. Many of the cases have a partisan bent, with rulings potentially tipping the scales slightly in favor of Democrats or Republicans. The legal battles have entered an urgent phase, with only two months to go before the election and just a few weeks before military and overseas absentee ballots must go out. Pennsylvania attorneys recently filed briefs arguing whether an appeal on the state's strict voter ID law should be held in September or October. Opponents won a mid-September court date, which is late even by their standards. "This is by no means impossible, but certainly the closer you get a decision to Election Day the harder it is to make changes," said Walczak. (AP Photo/Marc Levy, File)
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              FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2012 file photo, election officials check the photo identification card of a voter in Cimarron, Kan. Voter ID laws designed to deter fraud may end up blocking th

    FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2012 file photo, election officials check the photo identification card of a voter in Cimarron, Kan. Voter ID laws designed to deter fraud may end up blocking th

    Posted: 7/8/2012 6:48:28 PM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2012 file photo, election officials check the photo identification card of a voter in Cimarron, Kan. Voter ID laws designed to deter fraud may end up blocking thousands of legitimate ballots. As more states put in place strict voter ID rules, an AP review of temporary ballots from Indiana and Georgia, which first adopted the most stringent standards, found that more than 1,200 such votes were tossed during the 2008 general election. (AP Photo/The The Hutchinson News, Travis Morisse, File)
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              FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2012 file photo, election officials check the photo identification card of a voter in Cimarron, Kan. Voter ID laws designed to deter fraud may end up blocking th

    FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2012 file photo, election officials check the photo identification card of a voter in Cimarron, Kan. Voter ID laws designed to deter fraud may end up blocking th

    Posted: 7/8/2012 6:48:28 PM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2012 file photo, election officials check the photo identification card of a voter in Cimarron, Kan. Voter ID laws designed to deter fraud may end up blocking thousands of legitimate ballots. As more states put in place strict voter ID rules, an AP review of temporary ballots from Indiana and Georgia, which first adopted the most stringent standards, found that more than 1,200 such votes were tossed during the 2008 general election. (AP Photo/The The Hutchinson News, Travis Morisse, File)
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    Posted: 2/28/2012 12:00:47 AM EST
    A voter draped in a shawl and headwrap struggles to put her voter ID card back into its case after voting, in the Cambarene neighborhood of Dakar, Senegal Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. After weeks of riots, Senegalese voters began casting their ballots Sunday in an election that threatens the country's image as one of the oldest and most robust democracies in Africa. This normally unflappable nation on the continent's western coast has been rocked by back-to-back protests following the decision of its 85-year-old leader Abdoulaye Wade to seek a third term. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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    Posted: 2/24/2012 12:35:47 PM EST
    Supporters of Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade wave their voter ID cards as they cheer at a campaign rally in Dakar, Senegal Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012. Nigeria's former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Thursday met with Senegalese opposition leaders, including pop star and former presidential aspirant Youssou Ndour, in an effort to broker a solution to the country's political malaise ahead of a tense presidential vote. The opposition has vowed to render the country ungovernable if 85-year-old Wade is allowed to run in Sunday's election. (AP Photo/Tanya Bindra)
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    Posted: 11/9/2011 4:55:46 AM EST
    Election worker Tenneh Gbarnjah, right, punches a voter ID card at a polling station in the Paynesville neighborhood of Monrovia, Liberia Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011. Liberia's capital remained tense on Tuesday as small lines formed outside polling stations, a day after election violence killed one person amid the opposition's call to boycott the presidential runoff election.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)


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