Department Of State
The American Civil Liberties Union is asking Pennsylvania officials to immediately change what it says is false information for first-time voters on its Spanish-language voter-information website.
The Department of State spent millions in federal tax dollars educating voters on the voter ID law, only to have to revise ads after a judge blocked the law for November.
Secretary Carol Aichele made a stop at Temple University on Thursday to talk about the voter ID law. On Tuesday, the Commonwealth Court ruled voters will not need photo ID for the November election.
Pennsylvania’s roll in the voter ID law has a multi-million dollar price tag, but most of the money will not come from state coffers.
The Department of State has been working to develop the card for the past two months to ensure that all 8.2 million Pennsylvania voters will have access to the polls in November.