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How mailed ballots slow results in Pennsylvania

Counting of mailed ballots in Pennsylvania is drawing renewed scrutiny amid a too-close-to-call U.S. Senate primary between Republicans David McCormick and Dr. Mehmet Oz.

By The Associated Press

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court weighs future of state’s popular mail voting law

The fate of Pennsylvania’s popular vote-by-mail law now lies in the hands of the state’s highest court,

By Angela Couloumbis/Spotlight PA

Pennsylvania mail-in voting law stays in place for now, justices rule

Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law will remain in place, at least for the near future.

By The Associated Press

The Wolf Administration argues to keep mail-in balloting in Pennsylvania during appeal

If the Commonwealth Court’s ruling stands, the 2-year-old voting law would no longer be in effect as of March 15.

By The Associated Press

Updated: February 2, 2022 | 11:56 am

Despite a court battle, Pennsylvania voters can still apply for mail ballots without an excuse

Despite the ongoing legal battle over a key state voting law, for now, voters will not be affected.

By Sam Dunklau

A court just struck down Pennsylvania’s mail voting law. Here’s what you need to know.

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.

By Angela Couloumbis/Spotlight PA

Updated: January 28, 2022 | 7:33 pm

Court throws Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law into doubt

Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court ruled the state’s mail-in voting law is unconstitutional.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press