HARRISBURG – There’s more reaction to the PA Supreme Court’s ruling on mail-in voting. By a 5-2 vote, the justices ruled that Act 77, which allowed for no excuse mail-in voting in PA, is constitutional. Gov. Tom Wolf said, “By upholding the law, which the General Assembly approved in 2019 in a bipartisan manner, this ruling assures that mail-in voting remains in place and Pennsylvanians will be able to cast their ballot legally in person or by mail without any disruption or confusion.” PA Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward remarked that the decision “reinforces matters related to ensuring integrity in our elections should remain with the people. It also underscores the importance of the actions recently taken by the General Assembly to add election safeguards including banning third party funding from running PA elections and constitutional amendments on voter ID, and post-election audits.”