by Al Hoff
Polls in Pennsylvania are open until 8 p.m. If you are in line by 8 p.m., you are allowed to vote.
If you don't know your polling place, check here.
You do not need ID to vote, though you may be asked for it.
If this is a new polling place for you, you'll need identification — either with a photo or without.
Acceptable forms of photo ID are: PA driver's license or other ID issued by a state or federal agency; U.S. passport; military ID; student ID or employee ID. Non-photo ID must include your name and current address. Acceptable forms are: your voter-registration card; ID issued by state or federal agency; a recent utility bill or bank statement; a recent paycheck or government check; or a gun permit .
Now, go vote. Do it for the eagle.