Stack Offers Assistance for Constituents Seeking Photo ID
PHILADELPHIA, May 4, 2012 — Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law will have a direct impact on citizens who exercise their right to vote starting this November, and state Sen. Mike Stack said today that his offices will assist constituents who need to take the steps to get a photo ID.
“While I opposed this legislation, I recognize that the law now requires voters to show a valid form of identification every time they want to cast a vote starting this November,” Stack said. “Obtaining a photo ID can be a stressful process, especially if individuals do not have the necessary forms of identification in order to apply for a photo ID with PennDOT. My staff and I are available to assist constituents through this process.”
Constituents may stop by his districts offices Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 12361 Academy Road (215-281-2539) or 8016 Bustleton Ave. (215-695-1020).
Information on obtaining a valid ID is also available at www.senatorstack.com.
“My staff and I can also help constituents who need to get a Social Security card and birth certificate in order to apply for a photo ID, although they should know that applying to get a birth certificate will cost $10,” Stack said.