Pennsylvania enacts Voter ID Law !
On March 14th, 2012, Governor Corbett signed legislation that will require voters show ID every they go to the polls.
A broad-based and diverse coalition of citywide organizations, organized by the Committee of Seventy is conducting a non-partisan campaign to educate all Philadelphia voters about the Voter ID law and to help them obtain a proper ID in order to vote.
Contact Dan Bright at email@example.com or 215-557-3600 ext. 124 if you are interested in joining the coalition.
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