The Honorable Robert Simpson, Jr., Judge of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, has set a date for a hearing following the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision two days ago, which vacated his earlier order wherein Judge Simpson did not preliminarily enjoin the implementation of the controversial Pennsylvania Voter ID law because he predicted that the Commonwealth would be able to remedy the problems with voter disenfranchisement resulting from the expeditious implementation of the law. The Voter ID Law, if enforced in the November Presidential election on November 6, 2012, would prevent any voter who did not have the requisite photo identification from voting.
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Uncertainty remains as to what, if any, identification will be required to vote in Pennsylvania in this November's Presidential election.