Voter ID Bills Under Fire in Michigan and Pennsylvania


A new analysis of voter rolls and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) ID databases reveal a startling reality--758,000 Pennsylvanians, 9.2% of the voting population, do not have a photo identification card issued by the PennDot. A PennDot ID is one of the few forms of photo ID that will be accepted at the polls in November. The study has confirmed long-held suspicions that the voter ID law in Pennsylvania is too strict.