Pennsylvania is one of a handful of states that can really go either way when it comes to elections, so all eyes are on the commonwealth this Tuesday. Where do Pennsylvania’s early voting totals stand as of Thursday? Here’s some insight.
If you plan to vote by mail in Pennsylvania, make sure to date your ballot. While your ballot might still be counted even if you don’t date it, it’s best not to leave it to chance or to the whims of the Supreme Court, which on Tuesday injected confusion into whether undated ballots would be counted in November’s elections.
In an ongoing saga over Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law, GOP lawmakers in the state filed yet another lawsuit in an attempt to throw out Act 77, the law many of them voted in favor of that allows mail-in voting.