HARRISBURG – Sen. Doug Mastriano of Adams, Cumberland, and York Counties and Sen. Pat Stefano of Somerset & Fayette Counties plan to introduce legislation repealing PA’s no-excuse mail-in ballot provisions enacted in Act 77 of 2019. The two Republican lawmakers have issued a co-sponsorship memo saying the 2020 election cycle was fraught with public confusion and misinformation, much of which was centered around mail-in ballots. Actions taken by the Wolf Administration in the last moments leading up to the election were inconsistent and questionable and were not the legislature’s intent when passing Act 77. The senators said by removing the provisions of law that allow for no-excuse mail-in ballots, we can regain some trust in our elections’ integrity.