Is Pennsylvania’s Voter ID Law Constitutional? Moderated by Ed Rendell

Monday, Sept. 17, 2012, 2:00p.m.-3:00p.m.

F.M. Kirby Auditorium

Less than two months from Election Day, the debate rages over Pennsylvania’s voter identification law—currently the strictest in the nation. As part of the Center’s programming in honor of the Constitution’s 225thanniversary, experts will discuss the constitutionality and consequences of this controversial law. Join a distinguished panel for a timely conversation about this critical Election 2012 issue. The ACLU’s Vic Walczak, John Fund of the National Review, and Rutgers University School of Law/Camden’s Robert F. Williams, Ralph Teti, a partner with Willig, Williams & Davidson, Michael P. Williams, Team Leader for the NAACP’s Voter Empowerment Project (and Senior Attorney in the City of Philadelphia’s Law Department), as well as Ronald G. Ruman the Press Secretary for PA Department of State will participate in the discussion. Governor Rendell will moderate. The program is open to the public. Students and faculty from Arcadia University will be in attendance.

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