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PA Judge backs penalties against county in voting machine case

Commonwealth Court President Judge Renee Cohn Jubelirer’s, an elected Republican, issued a 77-page report

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

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Pennsylvania seeks sanctions over access to county voting machines

Pennsylvania’s state elections chief wants legal penalties against two Republican county officials and their lawyer for letting an outside group access to voting machines this summer despite pending litigation on the subject.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

A private company examined 2020 ballots, hard drives from 2 Pa. counties

One of those counties asked that company, Speckin Forensics, for a review. It’s the latest development in a years-long effort to discredit Pennsylvania's result.
By Sam Dunklau

Pennsylvania Republicans are no closer to re-inspecting Fulton County’s 2020 voting machines

The inspection of Fulton County’s voting equipment from 2020 remains on hold, despite a recent state court decision

By Sam Dunklau

Looking at Fulton County voting machine issues

Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court last week blocked an inspection of voting machine equipment in heavily-Republican Fulton County

By Scott LaMar/WITF

Updated: 2022-01-14 18:05:00

Court puts on hold Republican effort to inspect Pennsylvania voting machines

A state judge rejected attempts by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration to block the inspection without certain agreements in place.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press, Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press and Sam Dunklau

Fulton County withheld money from library over its LGBTQ support. Then the online fund-raisers began

The library was asking for a $3,000 boost to its budget. It now has more than $30,000 in online donations.

By Gabriela Martínez/WITF

The state Senate’s latest election probe got off to a contentious start. Subpoenas could be coming soon.

Those hearings have the blessing of Republican Senate President Jake Corman, who has faced pressure from hardline conservatives to look into the 2020 election.

By Sam Dunklau