On Tuesday, a judge in Pennsylvania put on hold that state's law requiring voters to show ID. The new rule in Pennsylvania is that you do not have to show ID in order to vote. Poll workers may ask you for ID, but you haven't got to show ID in order to vote.
On Wednesday, state elections officials said they were taking down a $5 million ad campaign -- contracted out to a Romney fundraiser -- designed to tell Pennsylvania voters they'll need ID in order to vote.
On Thursday, today, we got looped into a Twitter conversation between Pittsburgh guy @mrmcadams and the state elections folks at @VotesPA. McAdams sent out a screengrab (see below), from the official VotesPA website. "Wow, still so intimidating and misleading front page. Please change," he wrote, cc'ing us and some other folks. The state replied, "Thanks Mark -- We are working hard to quickly update our materials."
Click through after the jump to see how much progress Pennsylvania has made on this part of their campaign. Below, what's on the site NOW:
And screengrabbed below, what the site said before the judge put the voter ID law on hold. Can you spot the changes? THEN:
(Bonus points if you get the one producer Tricia noticed. I'll check in later with that answer. And more on the show tonight, found by producer Nazanin.) UPDATE: So as not to spoil the game for anyone else playing, I put the answer down below in the comments. As always, you folks impress throughout.