Wednesday, March 14, 2012

State House passes Voter ID bill

The state House of Representatives has passed a bill which would require Pennsylvania voters to show certain photo identification at the polls.

The vote was passed in a 104-88 vote, according to GOP sources. Only three House Republicans voted against the bill, including Rep. Marguerite Quinn, R-Bucks, Rep. Kurt Masser, R-Montour, and Rep. Chris Ross, R-Chester.

The state Senate passed the bill last week. It is now headed to Gov. Tom Corbett. The Republican governor has said he would sign the bill in the past.

Check out what local lawmakers think about the bill.

As a resident of Delco, what do you think about the bill?


Blogger DSjr said...

I think it will be just like every other state that pass it an to have the feds stop it, we have lost this country to the illegals , the have more rights the the real Americans of this country, we can not even make English our legal language with out causing an outcry, illegal's an criminals have more freedoms an rights. What a shame that all that blood that has been spilled by our solders to defend our Constitution.

March 14, 2012 at 11:38 AM 
Blogger Danielle Lynch said...


Thanks for weighing in on this important issue!

March 14, 2012 at 6:27 PM 

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