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Another Win For Election Integrity In Pennsylvania!

The Pennsylvania Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would amend the state constitution to require that voters present identification each time they cast a ballot.

The measure, SB735, passed in a 30-20 vote, mostly along partisan lines. The proposal was backed by all Republicans and a single Democrat.

Currently, state voters are only required to present identification the first time they vote at a polling station. The measure would require some form of verification every time a ballot is cast, including when voting by mail. It also proposes amending the voting age in the Pennsylvania Constitution from 21 to 18, making it consistent the U.S. Constitution.

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Jun 25, 2021

It is a step in the right direction. I am more interested in an audit of the 2020 election. I am eagerly awaiting the election of 2022 when Wolfie will be replaced by a Conservative Republican who is a TRUE PATRIOT like Doug Mastriano. This mask mandate along with the dumb sheeples who listen to the MSM every day is getting older by the second. As whoever said ... if many of my fellow Pennsylvanians had another brain, they would be a halfwit.

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