Elections officials, advocates see some to like — but a lot to raise eyebrows — in Pa. House GOP election bill

Pennsylvania Capital-Star

Jonathan Diaz, a legal analyst with the Campaign Legal Center, a Washington D.C.-based public interest law firm that advocates for expanded voting access, said both of Grove’s proposals to restore these requirements were OK on paper. If counties can “actually get an ID into the hands of every voter — which is easier said than done — that would alleviate some of the access problems,” Diaz said. “That to me is a recipe for voter intimidation and partisan interference in the election process,” Diaz said.

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