The Commonwealth Admitted, in Writing, That There Is No Evidence of Voter Impersonation Fraud in Pennsylvania.

The ACLU of PA today posted on its webpage a bevy of new documents, including the legal brief outlining the arguments it will present at next week’s injunction hearing and the reports of the expert witnesses it intends to call.  It will take me a while to analyze all of them, but one single-page document immediately caught my attention.

The Commonwealth entered into a Stipulation in which it admits that there is no evidence of voter impersonation fraud and agrees that it will not argue that in-person voter impersonation will occur during the election in November without the Photo ID Law.

This breathtaking admission should seriously hamper the Commonwealth’s ability to defend against Petitioners’ request for a preliminary injunction.

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