tag | mail-in ballots
The fate of Pennsylvania’s popular vote-by-mail law now lies in the hands of the state’s highest court,
Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law will remain in place, at least for the near future.
If the Commonwealth Court’s ruling stands, the 2-year-old voting law would no longer be in effect as of March 15.
Despite the ongoing legal battle over a key state voting law, for now, voters will not be affected.
Pennsylvania’s mail voting law, known as Act 77, was ruled unconstitutional Friday by a state court after a challenge brought by Republicans, but it will remain in place for the time being as the Wolf administration pursues an appeal to the state Supreme Court.
Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court ruled the state’s mail-in voting law is unconstitutional.