State officials say the app does not store location information, personal information or the identify of anyone who is in close enough range to possibly be exposed.
“There’s a virus out there, and that virus really likes it when you bring a lot of people together. That’s what we know, and so you ignore that at your peril," the governor said.
A member of Philadelphia's elections board is asking the Legislature to reconsider a provision in state law that requires counties to throw out so-called "naked ballots."
Counties will pay you to work at the polls, and the state is offering continuing education credits for some licensed professionals.
"I never, ever, ever thought I would see just such a thoroughly, totally irresponsible administration," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
The state Supreme Court justices all agreed the Green Party did not meet the law's requirements, but the Republicans said the party could fix the issue later.
The state Supreme Court also authorized counties to use satellite election offices and mail-in ballot drop boxes.
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