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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

Provisional ballots adding to delay in Pennsylvania primary results

More voters cast provisional ballots Tuesday because they hadn't received their mailed ballot or feared it wouldn't make the return deadline.
By Emily Previti/PA Post

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Updated: June 1, 2020 | 6:51 pm

Your questions about voting in the Pennsylvania primary, answered

Here are answers to commonly asked questions about voting changes for the 2020 primary, background on what led to some of the major changes, and what Pennsylvanians might expect to see changed for the Nov. 3 general election. 

By Emily Previti/PA Post

Updated: May 28, 2020 | 11:50 pm

Judge orders Pennsylvania to launch new voting method for visually impaired voters for next week’s primary

This approach would require the use of assistive technology, such as screen readers or the ability to update refreshable braille displays.

By Emily Previti/PA Post

With Pa.’s polling place changes, voters might get conflicting information on where to go June 2

About three dozen counties, home to more than 6.5 million registered Democrats and Republicans, are making polling place changes of some kind.
By Emily Previti/PA Post and Katie Meyer/WHYY

Federal judge tosses Jill Stein’s effort to decertify Philly’s voting machines

2016 Green Party presidential candidate argued the ExpressVote XL machine was vulnerable to hacking and failed to comply with a 2018 legal settlement
By Benjamin Pontz

Voting in the time of coronavirus

Contingency plans in works for Pa.'s April 28 primary
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Super Tuesday still paperless for many voters

Pa.'s commitment to paper ballots in every county stands in contrast to states like MA, OK, TN and TX
By Emily Previti/PA Post