New Castle News


April 18, 2012

Pennsylvania's new voter ID law will be felt next week

NEW CASTLE — When you go to vote next week, be prepared to prove who you are.

Aspects of Pennsylvania's new voter identification law will kick in Tuesday, as all voters will be asked to produce identification.

In the primary, acceptable identification will not be required to vote, but it's a test run for future elections in the commonwealth.

What are the new rules and what should you expect? New Castle News political reporter John K. Manna will explain things in Thursday's edition of the New Castle News.

Text Only | Photo Reprints

House Ads

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted to authorize Speaker John Boehner to sue President Obama for allegedly overstepping his legal authority with the way he's handled Obamacare. Good call?

Yes. Obama's been overstepping his authority since day one in office. It's time he pay the piper.
No. The allegations are ridiculous and the law suit is a waste of time and tax payer money.
I don't know. I'm not a huge fan of Obama, but the suit seems a little extreme.
     View Results