County officials said Tuesday they will take steps to refresh voters' understanding of Pennsylvania's fractured election laws before the May 21st primary.
While the officials do not anticipate major problems, especially given the typically small voter turnout for municipal and judicial elections, they said is important to be proactive. Because of a pending court challenge of the new voter-identification law, state lawyers have agreed through the primary not to enforce the requirement that voters show photo ID at the polls.
Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson approved the agreement Tuesday. But the law requires poll workers to ask voters for photo IDs — even though they are not required. And most voters using absentee ballots must provide identification even though it doesn't have to be a photo ID.
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