HARRISBURG -- Two days after state Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin County, announced that he’s requesting that three counties turn over election materials and equipment for a “forensic investigation,” the Department of State on Friday directed counties to refuse any requests for access to voting equipment by third-party groups.
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HARRISBURG -- A review of the Department of State’s bungling that prevented voters from getting to decide whether to open a window for lawsuits by sexual abuse victims found no evidence the failure to properly advertise the proposal was intentional.
Even with lower voter turnout, both in-person and through mail-in ballots, both state election officials and reform advocates are warning that full results may not be available for key statewide races on Tuesday night as county officials across the state deal with mail-in voting.
Today is the deadline for registered voters who want to request a mail-in ballot to vote in the May 18 Pennsylvania primary election.
HARRISBURG — Lawmakers, irked at the Department of State’s bungling of one proposed Constitutional amendment and angry that they feel the department crafted a skewed ballot question for another, are now moving to take over the tasks associated with publicizing proposed changes to the state Constitution.
After stubbornly refusing legislative action to offset the Department of State’s inexcusable bungling of the constitutional amendment regardin…
HARRISBURG — Amending the Pennsylvania Constitution is a lengthy process that ends at the ballot box, where voters are asked to make consequen…
HARRISBURG --The Senate judiciary committee is scheduled to vote Monday on whether to ask voters to approve an emergency change to the state Constitution to open a window for lawsuits by adult survivors of childhood sex abuse.
While the audit's results indicate a high degree of confidence in the outcome, they cannot answer some of the finer questions about how the election was run.