Lawsuit says 'invalid' mail-in ballots ought to depend in shut state Senate race

Lawsuit says 'invalid' mail-in ballots ought to depend in shut state Senate race

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Mail-in ballots that have been deemed invalid and never counted may sway the result of the Democratic state Senate race in Lehigh and Northampton counties, based on a lawsuit. A federal lawsuit, filed Tuesday by Allentown lawyer Matthew Mobilio, says ballots mailed in with out the secrecy envelope and people not acquired…

"We're not going to chop any corners": Election officers say mail-in ballots add to delayed election outcomes

"We're not going to chop any corners": Election officers say mail-in ballots add to delayed election outcomes

The primary purpose it is taking so lengthy to seek out out the winner of the U.S. Senate seat race has to do with mail-in and provisional ballots. Pennsylvania would not permit mailed ballots to be processed earlier than election day, which creates a backlog. “There’s checks and balances alongside the best way and we…

Race between Pat Browne, Jarrett Coleman stays tight, as provisional and mail-in ballots proceed to be counted

Race between Pat Browne, Jarrett Coleman stays tight, as provisional and mail-in ballots proceed to be counted

The sixteenth District State Senate race remains to be remarkably shut proper now. Political newcomer Jarrett Coleman holds a 30-vote lead over longtime State Sen. Pat Browne. Greater than 34,000 Republican voters in elements of Bucks and Lehigh counties solid votes in that race. Now the candidates should anticipate choices on tons of of mail-in…

The place's my poll? Berks Election Providers conscious of excellent mail-in ballots

The place's my poll? Berks Election Providers conscious of excellent mail-in ballots

READING, Pa. – Some voters in Berks County are asking: the place’s my poll? With simply days to go earlier than the Pennsylvania Major, some say they’re nonetheless ready for his or her mail-in poll to reach. Berks County officers say they’re conscious of issues. Commissioner Kevin Barnhardt says about 19,000 individuals utilized for mail…