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Without a Photo ID, Some PA Voters Won't Count in November

  • Aired: 07/24/2012
  • 07:22
  • Rating: E
The Pennsylvania Transportation Department estimates that approximately 9 percent of registered voters do not have state-issued photo IDs. Under that state's voter ID law, those 758,000 voters will not be able to cast their ballot, come November. Ray Suarez reports on the implications of this law for the 2012 elections.
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