by Congressman Fred Keller Today, Congress will meet in a joint session of the House of Representatives and Senate to count the Electoral College votes. I will object to the certification of Pennsylvania’s electors due to unconstitutional actions taken by Governor Tom Wolf, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, and the
Submitted by Lisa Schaefer, Executive Director, County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania For the past several months, counties have been pleading with the General Assembly and administration to change the state’s election laws that would allow counties to begin pre-canvassing absentee and mail-in ballots before Election Day. As there are now
Wyoming County director of elections and voter registration Flo Kellett center will be assisted through this year’s general election by new deputy director of elections Mason Crawford (left) and Rebekah Dziak, who splits her time at the courthouse between the Elections and Treasurer’s offices. Story and photos by Rick Hiduk
By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to EndlessMtnLifestyles.com readers) Elections officials in at least two Endless Mountains counties are disappointed with Gov. Tom Wolf’s announcement on Saturday that just six of 67 Pennsylvania counties have been given an extra week to collect mail-in ballots. Wolf’s decision was part of a larger State
By Rick Hiduk With the passage of Act 77, Pennsylvania now has new laws regarding absentee voting. Already known as the “no excuse ballots,” eligible voters may now request a mail-in absentee ballot for no reason, as opposed to the more stringent criteria applied to absentee ballots in previous years.