Currently, voter ID is only required when a person goes to a polling place for the first time.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG (KDKA) — State senators voted this week to amend the state’s constitution on election rules.

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It would require voters to show identification every time they vote.

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Currently, voters in Pennsylvania have to show ID only the first time they vote at a new polling place.

Opponents say the amendment is unnecessary because voter fraud is not a problem in Pennsylvania.

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The state House of Representatives will now review the legislation.