Photo IDs issued by the U.S. Federal Government or the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania driver’s license or non
driver’s license photo ID (IDs are valid for voting purposes
12 months past expiration date)
Valid U.S. passport (not expired)
U.S. military ID
active duty and retired military (a mil
itary or veteran’s ID must designate anexpiration date or designate that the expiration date is indefinite). Military dependents’ ID must
contain an expiration date
Employee photo ID issued by Federal, PA, County or Municipal government (not expired)
Photo ID cards from an accredited public or private Pennsylvania college or university (not expired)
Photo ID cards issued by a Pennsylvania care facility, including long-term care facilities, assisted livingresidences or personal care homes (not expired)If you do not have one of these IDs and require one for voting purposes, you may be entitled to get one
at PennDOT Driver License Center. To find the Driver License Center nearest you, and learn whatidentification and residency documentation you will need to get a photo ID, or for more information, visitwww.VotesPA.com or call 1-877-VotesPA (1-877-868-3771). You can also learn how to vote if you have areligious exemption to having your photograph taken.
Pennsylvania’s voter ID law will NOT be enforced for the November 6, 2012, election. You will be asked for photo
ID but will still be allowed to vote without it. The photo ID law is not in effect for the election on November 6th.Voters without ID should NOT be asked to vote on a provisional ballot. You may vote in the regular way
on thevoting machine.However, if you are voting for the first time at your polling place, you WILL need to show some form of ID,although it does NOT have to be a government or state institution issued Photo ID. Student, employee IDs, forexample, are acceptable and do NOT have to have an expiration date.Accepted forms of photo ID ONLY for those voting at their polling place for the FIRST TIME:
• PA driver's license or other ID card issued by PennDOT• ID issued by a PA or U.S. agency• U.S. passport• Military ID• Student ID• Employee ID
Accepted non-photo IDs ONLY for those voting at their polling place for the FIRST TIME must list your name andcurrent address:
• Voter registration card• ID issued by a PA or U.S. agency• Gun permit• Recent utili
• Recent bank statement
Recent paycheck ON-LINE VOTERS GUIDEThe Voters Guide and other useful information for voters can be found on the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania Homepage:www.palwv.org.
It is also posted on the League of Women Voters of Bucks Countywebsite, www.lwvbucks.org (go to the Voters Guide Page).
*CERTIFICATION NOTE*As of the publication date of this guide, the slate of candidates listed below is accurate based upon the Pennsylvania
Department of State’s Bureau of Elections unofficial ballot.