On Thursday, Sept. 21 a Delaware County, Pennsylvania judge ruled that three voters’ provisional ballots must be included in the vote tally for Pennsylvania’s May 16, 2023 municipal primary election.
On Friday, July 7, a bar disciplinary committee concluded that Rudy Giuliani should be disbarred for attempting to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
On Tuesday, June 27, a Pennsylvania court blocked another Republican-sponsored attempt to limit mail-in voting access in the commonwealth.
On Tuesday, May 16, voters in Pennsylvania nominated two candidates for the state’s open Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Democratic Chief Justice Max Baer in October 2022.
On Thursday, March 23, a Pennsylvania court dismissed a Republican lawsuit challenging the authority of county boards of elections to develop and implement mail-in ballot cure procedures.
On Wednesday, Feb. 8, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued its opinion explaining its prior ruling that blocked certain mail-in ballots from being counted during the 2022 midterm elections.
On Friday, Feb. 3, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a statement of interest in a federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania challenging the state’s rules against counting undated mail-in ballots and wrongly dated mail-in ballots.
On Friday, Jan. 13, a Pennsylvania court denied state Rep. Bryan Cutler’s (R) request to block the Allegheny County Board of Elections and Pennsylvania Department of State from holding special elections on Feb. 7 for three state House vacancies.
On Wednesday, Jan. 11, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania heard oral argument in a case challenging state Rep. Joanna McClinton’s (D) ability to act as speaker and majority leader of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, which Democrats narrowly won in the 2022 midterm elections.
On Friday, Jan. 6, the Associated Press reported that over 16,000 mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania were disqualified during the 2022 midterm elections, a majority of which were from Democrats.
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