Judge Bars Pennsylvania State Secretary From Extending Deadline To 'Cure' Certain Mail-In BallotsA commonwealth court judge barred Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar from extending the deadline by three days to have more time to "cure" certain mail-in ballots.
Republicans In Pennsylvania House And Senate To Hold Hearings On Outcome Of 2020 ElectionRepublicans in the Pennsylvania House and Senate have said they will review the results of the 2020 election.
State Secretary Kathy Boockvar: Pa. In The 'Homestretch' But Hundreds Of Thousands Uncounted Ballots RemainPennsylvania Secretary Of State Kathy Boockvar said Thursday evening we're in the "homestretch" when it comes to counting the state's millions of ballots.
Rep. Mike Kelly And Others File Lawsuit Against Secretary Of State Kathy BoockvarIn a lawsuit filed Tuesday night in a statewide appellate court, Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania and five other plaintiffs want to block counties from allowing voters whose mail-in ballots were disqualified to be able to cast a vote by provisional ballot.
Gov. Wolf, State Sec. Boockvar Say Ballot Counting Could Take Days: 'Rest Assured, Your Vote Will Be Counted'Gov. Tom Wolf and State Secretary Kathy Boockvar are echoing their call that counting all ballots in Pennsylvania could take days.
Republican Lawmakers Set To Challenge Pa. Provisional Ballots In CourtA challenge to provisional ballots in Pennsylvania is set to take place today.
Gov. Tom Wolf, Secretary Of State Report No Widespread Issues On Election Day: 'Democracy Is Alive And Well'Gov. Tom Wolf and Pennsylvania's top election official say the state saw no widespread problems on Election Day.
Is Pennsylvania Risking A Repeat Of Bush V. Gore?This year, it appears Pennsylvania is on track to becoming the next Florida.
Late-Arriving Mail-In Ballots Count In Pennsylvania, For NowThe state's top election official said mail-in ballots received by counties in the presidential battleground state within three days after polls close will count, for now.
Pa. Secretary Of State Wants All Counties To Start Counting Mail-In Ballots On Election DayPennsylvania's Secretary of State says officials will be talking with counties who say they're waiting until Wednesday to count mail-in ballots.
Pa. Election Officials Urge Voters To Drop Off Mail-In Ballots In Person Rather Than Use The MailWith six days until Election Day, Pennsylvania’s top elections official is urging voters who have a mail-in ballot to drop it off in person rather than mail it.