Voter ID protest rally

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.



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State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.



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State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.

State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.



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State Rep. Rosita C. Youngblood, D-Phila., lent her voice to a protest against Pennsylvania’s repressive Voter ID law, an event that attracted hundreds to the Capitol steps on July 24. An estimated 750,000 registered voters statewide lack a PennDOT-issued photo ID, including 18 percent of Philadelphia voters. Youngblood believes the law disenfranchises many senior citizens, poor people and minorities, and told the crowd she knows of instances where constituents have visited PennDOT five times to obtain the needed ID card, without success.