Jon Stewart Takes on PA’s New Voter ID Law

Not too long ago we attempted to explain the rather unsexy story that is PA’s new voter ID law. But in matters of great importance, we like to defer to, well, the greats. The new regulation, which requires citizens to show a photo ID in order to vote, may deny an estimated 750,000 registered Pennsylvanians from reaching the polls, most of whom lean democratic.

Problem is, evidence of voter fraud in the past doesn’t really warrant the potential disaster that could come to PA this November, especially when you consider that “The National Republican Lawyers only found 340 cases of voter fraud over a ten-year period in all of America.”

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