Republican State Rep Wants To Roll Back Mail-In Ballot Expansion In P-A


>>Republican State Rep Wants To Roll Back Mail-In Ballot Expansion In P-A

(Harrisburg, PA) -- A Republican state representative says he is going to introduce a bill that would repeal the expansion of mail-in voting in P-A. Representative Jim Gregory of Blair County says the bill, if passed, would undo provisions set up with Act 77, which gave all Pennsylvanians the ability to request a mail-in ballot without citing a reason why. Gregory said he had previously voted for the expansion of mail-in balloting, but he didn’t vote for an activist state Supreme Court and secretary of state changing the rules for the election in the weeks leading up to election day.