There’s a special display about this law in the AIDS Library, just to your left when you walk in the door. You can send folks by any time we’re open to pick up:
The Committee of Seventy has a comprehensive PA Voter ID Law website on this law, including:
The ACLU of Pennsylvania has a Voter ID Law website, which includes:
There are two hotlines to help people with this law:
For folks without the necessary ID, PennDOT offers instructions for Obtaining a Free PennDOT Secure ID for Voting, as well as list of documents needed to get that ID.
Getting the documents needed to get an ID can be difficult. Here are the government’s instructions on how to get:
For comprehensive instructions on how to register to vote, see the PA Department of State’s How to Register page. To confirm that a person is registered to vote, see their Voter Registration Status page.
For folks who’ve been incarcerated, see the ACLU’s Voting Rights of Ex-Felons in PA
The Vote for Homes Coalition is running a free Voter Registration Training with special attention to this new law. You can sign up here.
To learn more about the law and the issues surrounding it, see:
There’s been a lot of news coverage and opinions about the law. Here are some highlights: