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Emily is a reporter for WITF who’s been covering voting and elections since July 2019 as part of her former role with statehouse accountability news organization PA Post. She was the senior reporter for statewide public media collaboration Keystone Crossroads. Previously, she covered city hall for PennLive/The Patriot-News (Harrisburg, Pa.), was a watchdog and city hall reporter at The Press of Atlantic City and reported for the Northwest Herald. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Pa. legislature’s delays could result in chaos for election officials and voters in November

“If they get too far into the weeds or attempt to drop in other fixes now, my fear is nothing will get done.”
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Racing to prepare Pennsylvania for the November election

Report on June 2 primary recommends changes to state's election law
By Emily Previti/PA Post

State election officials urge swift legislative action on voting reforms

Changes to state law need to be effective by early September if counties are to implement them in time for the general election.
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Pennsylvania covering prepaid return postage for mailed ballots

The Pennsylvania Department of State is still working out the logistical details., but officials expect costs won’t exceed $3 million statewide.
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Pa.’s got plenty of 2020 election lawsuits: An Update

Ethics fine for ex-Luzerne elections official
By Emily Previti/PA Post

How early is too early to start processing mail-in ballots?

Pa. counties want more time, but some officials voice concerns about voting results being leaked
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Lessons from the primary

Pa. Senate panel takes up changes ahead of November election
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Updated: July 20, 2020 | 10:15 am

Small group of neo-Nazis hold short demonstration in Willamsport

Williamsport residents organized events to counter Saturday's demonstration leading up to the event and afterward.
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Updated: July 19, 2020 | 1:03 pm

Federal judge agrees to expedite Trump campaign’s lawsuit over vote-by-mail in Pennsylvania 

U.S. District Judge J. Nicholas Ranjan has limited the scope of discovery.
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Pa. Democrats counter Trump campaign in court

Mail-in voting rules are focus of parties' lawsuits
By Emily Previti/PA Post
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