With the Commonwealth Court's , the Chestnut Hill Community Association (CHCA) and the Chestnut Hill Center for Enrichment (CHCE) are working together to make sure residents know what they'll need to vote.
On Tuesday, Aug. 21, an information session will be held at the 's Bombay Room at 1 p.m.
"It has been said that the law will most harshly impact elderly, poor, and disabled citizens," according to Mary Zell, Executive Director for the CHCE.
For residents who are unsure of what to expect at polling places this November, this session will answer questions about what identification will be considered acceptable at polling locations, how to get an ID, and what it takes to register to vote, or to submit an absentee ballot.
The event is open to all adults, but because of limited space, registration is requested. To register or find out more about the event, contact Zell in the CHCE office at 215-248-0180.