PA Supreme Court Rules No-Reason Mail Voting is Constitutional

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled 5-2 that a state law allowing voters to mail ballots without providing a reason is constitutional, reversing a lower court decision.

The court found that the state’s Act 77 did not violate the Pennsylvania Constitution, paving the way for voters to cast mail ballots in this year’s midterm elections and beyond.

Statement from Attorney General Shapiro

“After 2 years of attacks on our election system, the PA Supreme Court stated loud and clear that Act 77, which modernized our election code, is constitutional,” Shapiro said. “We must continue to stand up to attacks by those who want to pick and [choose] the laws to follow and the votes to count.”

If you prefer the ease of voting from home or the safety, you can vote on November 8 from the convenience of your home. Want to know about the security of vote by mail. Visit our page Voting By Mail — Safe and Secure

Applications are being accepted now. Ballots will be available around October 1. Chester County will have drop boxes for your ballot late in October. Most convenient for most of us in Tredyffrin will be the Easttown Library.

Author: TTDem Committee

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P.O. Box 910
Devon, PA 19333
(484) 474-0570


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