Pa. House advances bill changing state’s primary date; half of votes cast from outside Harrisburg
The votes also marked the first time lawmakers casted a floor vote en masse from outside of the state's capital in the nearly 350-year history of the legislative body
There’s bipartisan agreement Pa.’s absentee voting law is broken. Will the Legislature act?
Faced with a smorgasbord of potential electoral reforms at an informal meeting Monday, a bipartisan group of House and Senate lawmakers gravitated toward expanding Pennsylvania’s restrictive and archaic absentee ballot rules. “I hope we can finally finalize a plan to bring no-excuse absentee ballots to Pennsylvania,” Senate State Government Committee Chairman Mike Folmer, R-Lebanon, said […]