Several groups are trying to get it off the books before the November election. Tuesday hundreds of protestors gathered in Harrisburg to denounce the law requiring people to show identification before they can vote.
Many people protesting believe the law requiring people to show ID before they can vote, is a political move, not one for fraud prevention. They think it is aimed at keeping people that would traditionally vote Democrat away from the polls.
The ACLU and the NAACP are backing a lawsuit due in court Wednesday to get the law thrown out. And the Justice Department is asking state officials for more information about it.
The ID has to show a name, picture and have an expiration date. People with religious objections can get special ID with out a picture on them. And people can get them for free.
Earlier this year the state estimated that less then 10%t of registered voters don't have a valid ID.
But some people are suspicious about than number, because it is close to President Obama's margin of victory in 2008.
Even people without an ID will be able to vote in November on a provisional ballot. Then they'll six days to show an ID to the elections board.