State Supreme Court Rejects Lawsuit To Delay Mail-In Ballot DeadlineThe state Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a lawsuit seeking to force Pennsylvania elections officials to accept absentee or mail-in ballots as long as they are received within a week after the primary or general elections during the pandemic.
State Department: Pennsylvania Voters Can Vote In-Person Or Mail In Ballots In All CountiesPennsylvania voters will be able to vote in-person at polling places or mail in ballots, according to Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar.
New Pennsylvania Voting System Threatens Confusion At The PollsThe April 28 primary in Pennsylvania is still more than two months away.
Gov. Wolf, Republicans Authorize $90 Million For Voting Machines For Election SecuritySurrounded by both Republican and Democratic lawmakers and public interest groups, Governor Tom Wolf signed the most significant election reform in 80 years.
Bills Aim To End Pennsylvania's Straight-Party Voting OptionDemocrats object to proposal to eliminate straight party vote in Pa. elections.
Ahead Of 2020 Elections, Pa. Senate Moves To Delay Replacing Voting Machines Pennsylvania's Senate is moving to delay the state's decertification of voting machines in expectation of replacing them all by 2020's presidential elections.
Supreme Court To Tackle Voter ID Law ChallengesTomorrow, the State Supreme Court will take on a legal challenge to Pennsylvania's new Voter Identification Law.