Commonwealth Court orders counties to count segregated undated ballots, report two tallies to Department of State
Undated ballots that arrived on time in the Pennsylvania 2022 primary election will count toward official tallies in the narrow Republican U.S. Senate race. But a Commonwealth Court judge has ordered counties to track how many there are.
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May 2 is the deadline to register to vote, if you are not already registered.
County party committee members can start collecting signatures, Pa. high court rules
These officials will have until March 15 to get their signatures, aligning with congressional and statewide candidates, the high court said.
Federal suit asks to block Pa. judges from picking congressional map
The case is being argued by two lawyers, one of whom is former Texas solicitor general Jonathan Mitchell. A conservative legal scholar, Mitchell helped design Texas’ recent abortion ban that the U.S. Supreme Court declined to overturn.
Bipartisan coalition discuss accountability in the 2022 political cycle, tracking election deniers
States United Action — a nonpartisan nonprofit that advocates for election integrity — recently launched an online tool, dubbed “Replacing the Refs,” to track 2022 candidates for governor, attorney general, and secretary of state who have rejected the 2020 election results.
Known best for hosting ‘Dr. Oz Show,’ celebrity doctor expected to enter Pa. U.S. Senate race
The 61-year-old, a longtime New Jersey resident, will appear on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show Tuesday night. Hannity teased the interview Monday by saying: “He has a huge announcement. Hint: Think midterm election.”