HARRISBURG – The Nov. 3 General Election brought phone calls, emails, and social media messages from concerned constituents who believe the results of the election to be illegitimate. House Republicans are working hard to address those concerns and have made it top priority to ensure the election process was followed legally and results are accurate. Steps that have been taken include: Speaker Bryan Cutler has sent a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf requesting a full audit of the election before the certification of any results, which must be done by Monday, Nov. 23. The House has joined in on election-related litigation including the U.S. Supreme Court case about the receipt and counting of ballots after Election Day. Also, York County Rep. Seth Grove, interim chairman of the House State Government Committee, is working with its members and members of the Senate State Government Committee to review the 2020 election with the goal of making sure the process failures of this year never happen again. Persons are encouraged to report any cases of suspected fraud or irregularities they personally experienced or are willing to swear an affidavit to. Compose a message including a brief description of the suspected fraud and personal information, including name, address, email and phone number, to 2020Election@pahousegop.com. Other things people can do include reaching out to the governor’s office to request an audit of the election and following along with progress made in the Senate State Government Committee.