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Good morning guys so here's the decision from the judge he had supported idea originally judge Robert K Simpson -- judge.
But an issue in this injunction he does say though.
That the at a state officials in Pennsylvania can still ask.
4 a a voter ID he is concerned though about what are the requirements of the lot a lot stated that if you don't have an idea you shall put the polls in November.
You would have six days to prove to authorities about your identification.
You can vote and cast a provisional ballot.
And they improve your identification judge Simpson had problems with that.
In terms of being able to totally prove your identity and there was some thought that he would -- issue a ruling they would just apply an affidavit.
He said basically as a result quote I will not restrain election officials from asking for photo ID at the polls.
Rather -- enjoin enforcement of some parts -- legal language which directly result in disenfranchisement.
Now officials in Pennsylvania have said.
That they have been doing all they can to try and give out and distribute free photo IDs to anyone who wants them.
People go to the pen dot which is the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation office you get a free a photo ID.
And so far officials say they've given up about 200 or so what day.
There are about eight point two million voters in Pennsylvania.
Authorities say about 759000.
Do not have a voter ID.
And since the slow into effect the authorities have issued 121602.
Voter -- these two officials to people.
-- but now we have this decision from judge Robert Simpson and it is expected to be again.
-- back to the State Supreme Court this was only.
Five weeks ago before the election.
Think it would be and it could lead to some confusion I if they will allow people to ask her voter ID but if you don't have it.
It might be okay.
Under the situations and that could lead to some confusion Eric thank you very much.
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