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Special Coverage: Voter ID

Pennsylvania’s controversial Voter ID law was passed on a party-line vote by the Republican-controlled Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Tom Corbett on March 14. The law, which requires voters to show state-issued photo identification when they vote, has been controversial from birth, and is part of a contentious wave of new regulations changing the way we vote. The battleground shifted from the Harrisburg Capitol Building to the courts before it enters polling places on November 6. On Oct. 2, a judge ruled that while Pennsylvania voters would be asked to show photo ID when they vote Nov. 6, their vote will count whether they have ID or not.  Since then, opponents of the law have been suing to ensure that voters are made aware of the fact that they won’t need photo ID to vote.

Radio Times has featured extensive coverage of the Voter ID issue, including full shows and parts of others.  Learn more and listen to these shows:

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