Acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman, the state ACLU, and other like-minded organizations wrote Lehigh County District Attorney James Martin, confronting him over plans to monitor dropboxes ahead of the primary.
Citing increased risk of voter fraud, the state Senate passed a measure Wednesday that would eliminate the use of ballot drop boxes in Pennsylvania elections.
The case dragged on for weeks, as Republicans challenged the new 17-district map picked by the state Supreme Court.
A new survey finds that the current political climate is taking a toll on election officials in the US.
According to analysis, the new 17-district map gives Pennsylvania eight Republican-leaning districts, six Democratic-leaning districts, and three highly competitive districts.
As expected, the courts will likely end up deciding how both Pennsylvania’s legislative and congressional districts will look for the next 10 years.
US Senate, governor, and lieutenant governor hopefuls will have to wait to begin the process of gathering enough signatures to get on the primary ballot.
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