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Pa. deadline for counties to certify primary vote, make results official

In the normal process to be used each election, Pa. certifies vote after two types of tabulation audits
By Jordan Wilkie/WITF

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Pa. counties want to count mail-in ballots early. State lawmakers have yet to agree.

County election workers say they should have more time to open and sort mail-in ballots, but lawmakers have so far failed to approve such a change.
By Sam Dunklau

The Pa. House could vote on broad election law changes as soon as next month

House Republicans have hoped to enact the measure that would touch everything from voter ID to deadlines for nearly a year.

By Sam Dunklau

Majority of Americans are worried about the state of democracy, new survey finds

The poll was conducted on the heels of a chaotic election cycle and the January 6th assault on the U.S. Capitol. Republicans are more likely than Democrats to think democracy is in crisis​, by 48 to 25 percent. In 2018, more Democrats than Republicans thought that.  

By Julia Agos/WITF