The lawyers who made the filing, led by the American Civil Liberties Union, won the case in front of Simpson.
In their 40-page filing, they said the Corbett administration has continued, even after Simpson's Oct. 2 decision, to give false information through radio and TV ads, posters at driver's license centers and mailings to thousands of seniors enrolled in a state prescription drug program.
"The commonwealth's dissemination of false information about the photo ID requirement in effect on November 6 runs counter to the goals of Pennsylvania's voting laws, which are designed to assure a free and fair election by, among other things, prohibiting dissemination of false or misleading information to the electorate about voting," they said.
The lawyers said the Corbett administration has made virtually no effort to change the widespread perception or its multimillion-dollar ad campaign that existed before Oct. 2 that a photo ID is required on Election Day.
A spokesman for the Corbett administration said the state's lawyers were studying the filing and would respond in court. The ACLU's legal team asked Simpson to order the Corbett administration to respond before noon Monday.