Mail-in ballot returns top half a million | 2023 Election Mailbag
The Department of State asked the public to be “patient” while results are being counted by officials on Nov. 7, reminding voters that Pennsylvania’s election law does not allow counties to begin pre-canvassing mail-in and absentee ballots before 7 a.m. on Election Day.
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Voters should allow as much time as possible to account for postal delays, acting Secretary of State Al Schmidt said.
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When the tallies are announced, if large numbers of Americans have voted by mail, the public can feel confident that the process was fair and the results are accurate.
Starting Sept. 16, Pennsylvanians can apply for absentee ballots online
Currently, you must apply by mail or in person.
This powerful Capitol committee has a new chair. He’s not Daryl Metcalfe 2.0
Colleagues expect new House State Government Chair Garth Everett will bring decorum and cooperation to Metcalfe’s old committee