Pennsylvania Supreme Court Upholds No-Excuse Mail-In Voting Law

A Supreme Court of Pennsylvania divided along partisan lines upheld the state’s 2019 mail-in voting law in a 5-2 decision on August 2, which means that current mail-in balloting rules will probably remain in place for the upcoming November 8 elections for Congress and for state offices such as governor.
The decision overturned a lower court ruling that had found the mail-in voting law ran afoul of the Pennsylvania Constitution.
All five Democratic justices supported the new ruling; both Republican justices dissented.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, hailed the ruling which he said “definitively asserts that mail-in voting is a legal and constitutional method for Pennsylvania voters.”…

Read the full post at The Epoch Times.

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