HARRISBURG - Lawyers who won a halt to Pennsylvania's law requiring voters to show photo identification are returning to court in hopes stopping a state advertising campaign that they call false and misleading.
The filing in Commonwealth Court on Friday comes less than three weeks before the Nov. 6 election.
The lawyers say the state is giving false information about whether voters need to show photo ID on Election Day, and want the judge to order the state to make it clear that a photo ID is not required to vote.
They say thousands of seniors in a state prescription drug program received a mailing last week telling they need IDs.
State officials did not immediately return a call seeking comment.