Voter ID Ads Changed Per Judge's Order, Pa. Officials Say

Law360, Philadelphia (October 31, 2012, 7:56 PM EDT) -- Pennsylvania officials responded Wednesday to a judge's demand that the state defend its media blitz promoting its controversial voter identification legislation, contending that they revised the campaign after the judge ruled that voters without proper ID could participate on Election Day.

In the response, Deputy Secretary of State Shannon Royer detailed the efforts that the state had made to bring its communications in line with Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson's preliminary injunction, which mandated that while the state could ask voters to provide ID, it must...
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