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Subject:  Re: Question for TMFPMarti Date:  7/17/2013  2:27 PM
Author:  whyohwhyoh Number:  689196 of 734812

At a California DMV, those with disabilities are moved to the front of the line. Also in California, at least the several offices I've been to, if you make an appointment at the DMV there is no waiting in line. Maybe 5 minutes max, usually only 1-2 minutes.

Seems like Pennsylvania would need to sort out PennDOT issues before implementing.

They need a 1-800 PennDOT number separate just for voter ID questions for people to call for info and make appointments. Then no waiting in line with appointments for voterID, and a trained employees who handles only free voterID's.

This should solve 99+% of the issues I've seen.

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whyohwhyoh
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