Toward Racial Justice: Voices from the Midstate
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A federal judge has ruled that Pennsylvania counties should accept undated and misdated mail ballots, but some consider the decision “prospective.”
Jay Schneider knew Election Day would be tough as a judge of elections. Despite the stress and a few setbacks, he pulled off a smooth experience for voters in Chester County.
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Jay Schneider, a first-time judge of elections in Chester County, was skeptical after the 2020 election. But now that he’s seen the process from the inside, he has learned to trust the system.