Pennsylvania’s Voter ID Case Heads to Court

A debate on the validity of Pennsylvania’s Voter-ID law has begun in a Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg. Attorneys representing civil liberties group argue that the law’s intentions are to skew the results of the election in favor of the Republicans, not to prevent voter fraud in Pennsylvania. The Attorney General’s office will suggest that the law shouldn’t disenfranchise a large contingent of Pennsylvania voters, especially considering the advance notice citizens have been given. [Inquirer]