Attention first-time voters (and judging from the latest voter registration numbers in Pennsylvania), there are lots of you out there.
State officials are reminding first-time voters to bring property ID with them to their respective polling sites.
"Pennsylvania law requires voters to present identification the first time they go to the polls and if they have moved to a new polling place," says PA Secretary of State Pedro Cortes. "Any newly registered voter who shows up on Election Day without ID will be able to vote using a provisional ballot. However, this option should be a last resort."
PA Secretary Cortes: Bring ID if Voting at Your Polling Place for the First Time