Washington, D.C. — In Pennsylvania, polling shows 81% of voters back signature matching for mail-in ballots and 74% support photo ID requirements.
Despite this OVERWHELMING support for common-sense election security, John Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s Democratic Lt. Gov. who is running for U.S. Senate, recently called the voter ID requirements “insidious and unnecessary.”
Democratic PA Governor Tom Wolf was once on board with the Democrats’ BIG LIE that any common-sense election security measures are racist, but finally admitted “I guess that was prejudging that the voter ID that [Republicans] were talking about was suppressive, not something that was trying to address a real issue.” Governor Wolf admitted he was wrong to fall into the divisive Democrat narrative and no longer opposes new voter ID rules.
But Fetterman STILL rejects commonsense voter ID laws, only proving that he remains out of touch with Keystone State voters.
Statement from NRSC Spokeswoman Lizzie Litzow: “John Fetterman remains out of touch with Pennsylvania voters. People need IDs to get vaccinated, write a check, use a credit card, get a phone, get on a plane, rent an apartment, etc. Requiring a photo ID to vote has huge bipartisan support and is a common-sense policy that a HUGE majority of Pennsylvania voters agree with. Unfortunately, John Fetterman only reflects the views of a tiny minority of radical liberals who have and will continue to claim that any idea they don’t like is racist.”