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I see no problem with this!116:15, 24 September 2012
Typical021:09, 22 September 2012

I see no problem with this!

I not from Pennsylvania but I'm from a state going through the same thing! Voter fraud is real no matter what state you live in! If this makes it harder for fraud to occur then I support it one hundred percent! I don't want someone cancelling my vote out when they shouldn't be voting in the first place.

156.99.114.116 (talk)15:45, 24 September 2012

There's a difference between taking reasonable steps to tackle voter fraud, and disenfranchising people who may-well not vote as you would hope.

The timing of this move to require a very constrained set of ID for voting is, quite obviously, aimed at disenfranchising. Had it been introduced 18 months ago, thus allowing a reasonable time for people to obtain the required ID, it would be a legitimate move.

Brian McNeil / talk16:15, 24 September 2012
 

Typical Republican voter schemes trying to steal elections since its the only way they can ever win.

99.13.117.143 (talk)21:09, 22 September 2012