What to do to make sure your mail-in, absentee ballot counts on Election Day
County election offices must receive mail-in and absentee ballots by 8 p.m. on Nov. 8 for them to count toward final results.
Coverage to help you prepare for the general election | Five for the Weekend
Our "Election 2022" landing page contains election-related deadlines and coverage to help you prepare for election day.
What to know about mail-in voting ahead of Pa. Nov. 8 general election
Election Day is six weeks away, and mail-in ballots are already arriving for Pennsylvania voters ahead of the Nov. 8 election.
Lehigh County spurns lawsuit’s demand for monitors at ballot drop boxes
Hearing on suit filed by Stephen Miller and Mark Meadows set for Oct. 7.
Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law survives constitutional challenge by GOP lawmakers
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the General Assembly did not exceed its authority when it passed the law that allows voting by mail without an excuse.
Lehigh Co. DA’s prosecution threats over drop-boxes could disenfranchise disabled voters | Opinion
People living with disabilities often need someone to drop off their ballots for them. And they're allowed that help.
Democracy is all of us. We need to work together to affirm our commitment to elections | Opinion
Lawmakers should increase funding for elections at both the state and local levels. This is the year to do it.
Decline in federal grant funding for local elections criticized by advocates
Voters in many states, including Pa., have also come to expect such pandemic conveniences as increased options for voting by mail.
Why do Pa. courts have a say on mail-in voting? They probably shouldn’t | Bruce Ledewitz
The Commonwealth Court decision striking down mail-in voting for the 2022 election is probably unconstitutional
National, state Democrats attempt to intervene in lawsuit over Pa.’s vote-by-mail law
The Democratic National Committee and Pennsylvania Democratic Party requested to intervene in a lawsuit filed in August by 14 legislative Republicans who asked the Commonwealth Court to declare the law unconstitutional.
With audit, Pa. Sen. Mastriano is obscuring his own role in fomenting election chaos | Opinion
Sometimes the guy who calls the fire department is the one who started the fire.