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Pennsylvania county sues over decertified voting system

A county in southern Pennsylvania is asking a court to reverse the order by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s top elections official.

By The Associated Press

Updated: April 13, 2021 | 1:04 pm

Some in power are still mad that Pa.’s Supreme Court ruled on election law. Here’s why it matters now.

Several court watchers say the belief is more complicated than it seems, while political strategists say it’s part of a wider plan to make voting in Pennsylvania more difficult.

By Sam Dunklau

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Trump campaign loses another round in Pennsylvania’s courts

The Bucks County case involves 1,995 mail-in ballots in which voters failed to handwrite their name, address or date on the outside ballot-return envelope, or enclosed their ballot in an inner unmarked secrecy envelope that became unsealed.

By The Associated Press

Pa. legislative committee to audit county election data

The Thursday evening move by the Pennsylvania House is being criticized as “inappropriate” and a “fishing expedition.”

By Sam Dunklau