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Poll: Where are your papers?

Pennsylvania is among the states considering requiring government-issued photo identification for anyone who wants to vote, but the Justice Department now says such laws are unconstitutional. What do you think?

Poll: Where are your papers?

Pennsylvania is among the states considering requiring government-issued photo identification for anyone who wants to vote, but the Justice Department now says such laws are unconstitutional. What do you think?

Cast your vote now.

Was the Justice Dept. right to block South Carolina’s Voter ID law?
Yes, requiring government-issued ID risks disenfrancising legitimate voters
No, should have waited to see if voters turned away
Yes, clear aim of Republican-led ID laws is to suppress Democratic Party votes
No, courts will find laws are constitutional means to prevent fraud
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