Pa. Supreme Court Gives Democrats Series Of Victories, Including Mail-In Ballot Deadline ExtensionPennsylvania’s highest court gave the Democratic Party a series of victories Thursday, including one allowing repairs to glitches and gray areas in the battleground state’s fledgling mail-in voting law and another that kicked the Green Party’s presidential candidate off the November ballot.
State House Approves Changes To Mail-In Voting LawIn the shadow of an increasingly strident presidential campaign, Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives approved changes to the state’s fledgling mail-in voting law, but in highly partisan fashion Wednesday.
Major Trump Federal Lawsuit About Pennsylvania's Mail-In Voting Effectively Shut DownPresident Donald Trump's plan to sue Pennsylvania in federal court to determine how the state conducts mail-in voting has been effectively shut down by a US district court judge.
More Than 15,000 Voters Request Absentee Ballots Online In West VirginiaMore than 15,000 West Virginia voters have requested absentee ballots for the November general election through an online portal a week after it was launched, the secretary of state’s office said.
Post Office Controversy Leads To State Lawsuit, Worries About Counting All BallotsThe U.S. Postal Service is warning Pennsylvania that some of its mail-in ballots may be mailed too late for the Post Office to deliver them in time to be counted.
Pittsburgh Penguins Team Up With Department Of State, Allegheny County For Voting InitiativesThe Pittsburgh Penguins are teaming up with the Department of State and Allegheny County to support voting initiatives.
Primary Election Review Prompts Pa. Elections Agency To Seek ChangesThe Department of State's review of the June 2 primary said there were relatively few problems with new voting machines.
Fayette County Poll Workers Say They Are In Need Of Face Masks Ahead Of Primary ElectionThe Fayette County Election Bureau is asking for people to donate masks and other cleaning supplies for poll workers.
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.
Local Consolidated Polling Locations Announced For Pennsylvania Primary ElectionThe Allegheny County Board of Elections announced the locations of polling places for the June primary election.
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.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: State Steps In To Help Counties With PPE For Polling PlacesAs the governor's stay-at-home orders are lifted in some parts of Pennsylvania, nobody is quite sure how safe it will be for voters to vote in-person in the June 2 primary.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Governor's Office Boosting Efforts To Promote Primary Voting By MailGov. Tom Wolf's administration is boosting its efforts to get voters to cast their primary election ballots by mail.
Inside Politics With Jon Delano: Elections During The Coronavirus PandemicSuppose you held an election and nobody showed up to vote?
Pennsylvania Officials Worried About Side Effects Of Early Voting By Mail This Spring With just eight weeks until the Pennsylvania primary, many county officials are worried.