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July 26, 2012


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I love that you hide the support for the voter ID law in a tiny paragraph at the end. Didn't find the result that you were looking for? The people support it and see through the political hype that the dems raise against it.


Re: voter ID - bad policy is still bad policy, no matter how much public support it has at the time. The Iraq war had pretty solid poll numbers for a while, too.

Not Dustin

Please Dustin, the voter ID law doesn't matter all that much. A little bit of voter education will go a long way.

Take off your rose-colored glasses and see the truth.


Is that why you only did 10% independent so it look more like the rep are for the ID law. 10 independent polled what a joke!!!!

cathy brady

People support the voter ID because they buy into the Republican rhetoric" why not, everyone has an ID. You need it for everything these days". The truth is almost 1 million registered voters in PA do not have the "proper" ID to exercise their right to vote and will have to put out money to get it. Can you say Democracy?

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