HARRISBURG (AP) — A Pennsylvania Senate hearing designed to gather input from the Department of State about potential changes to election law didn’t last very long because the Wolf administration decided not to participate in person. The topic of today’s State Government Committee hearing in Harrisburg was a bill introduced last month by the Republican chair and ranking Democrat on the State Government Committee. It’s a proposal that would address ballot tabulation deadlines, the use of ballot drop boxes and clearing dead voters from the rolls. The Department of State provided written comments and offered to respond to any written questions from the committee.

SEN. DAVID ARGALL

Senator Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia)
June 26, 2018.
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