KEY FINDINGS BY Commonwealth Judge Robert Simpson in his rejection of a legal challenge to the state's new voter-ID law:
* Any voter rejected for lack of an ID can still cast a provisional ballot, produce an approved ID within six days and have the vote counted.
* The voter-ID law "contains no references to any class or group. Rather, its provisions are neutral and nondiscriminatory and apply uniformly to all voters."
* Gov. Corbett and the Department of State initially said about 1 percent of voters did not have an approved state ID. That number was later estimated at closer to 9 percent. Simpson guesses the number is "somewhat more than 1 percent and significantly less than 9 percent," based on testimony of the Department of State's director of policy.