Judge won’t halt Pa. voter identification law

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The commonwealth’s Department of State, which oversees elections in Pennsylvania, has not produced any kind of study or survey that estimates the number of people without a valid photo ID that is required by the law.

Meanwhile, Mr. Obama’s Department of Justice is looking at whether Pennsylvania’s tough new voter law requiring photo identification complies with federal laws and on Monday asked the state’s top election official and a chief supporter of the law for a long list of information about it.

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