By Sarah Hoye, CNN
Philadelphia - Suzanne Williamson is breathing a little easier.
On Saturday, Williamson and her sister, Mattie Lee Williams, were escorted by volunteers to get the proper photo ID that will allow Mattie to vote this November.
Williamson says her sister, who has autism, has voted in every election for as long as she can remember.
But this year, after Pennsylvania lawmakers passed a new law requiring voters to show a photo ID before casting their ballots, was the first time she had to fight to make it to the ballot box. FULL POST
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