HARRISBURG – Responding to distrust that grew out of the 2020 general election, PA Senate and House Republican leaders announced plans to begin the process of making meaningful reforms. Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, House Speaker Bryan Cutler, Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward, and House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff said the General Assembly will use its statutory power to investigate and seek answers to the questions presented in the 2020 General Election as there are very legitimate and credible issues which need to be resolved about the security of mail-in ballots and the process of counting votes. The legislature will specifically review three of the most pressing issues: The security of voting and manner in which votes are counted; the Commonwealth Secretary’s management of the 2020 General Election; and the impact of the Judiciary on the election and subsequent candidate legal challenges. The House State Government Committee recently issued an interim report on the 2020 election that details many of the concerns that have been shared with lawmakers. You can read their complete statement by CLICKING THIS LINK.