HARRISBURG, Pa. - As it stands right now, Pennsylvania’s voter ID law will not be enforced this spring for the May primary.
Lawyers in a pending lawsuit challenging the law’s constitutionality agreed that voters will not be required to show photo ID at the polls.
This decision means that just like in November, election officials can still ask voters for their ID, but voters will still be allowed to cast a ballot without one.
Pa. voter ID law will not be enforced for May primary
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