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November 8, 2022 YORK, Pa. — All Voting is Local Pennsylvania’s State Director Nick Pressley issued the following statement in response to Pennsylvania’s York County decision to hand count ballots at three random precincts on Thursday: “York County’s decision to hand count ballots on Thursday caves to conspiracy theorist rhetoric and has the potential to […]
Pennsylvania Counties Must Provide Provisional Ballots for Voters Who Submitted Undated Ballot Envelopes
November 7, 2022 PHILADELPHIA — All Voting is Local Pennsylvania sent a letter Monday night to elections officials in 10 counties across the state urging them to allow voters who submitted undated ballot envelopes to cast provisional ballots.. The Pennsylvania Department of State has issued guidance instructing county elections offices to provide a provisional ballot […]
November 4, 2022 PHILADELPHIA — All Voting is Local Pennsylvania’s State Director Nick Pressley issued the following statement in response to reports of counties not following proper guidance on how to handle improperly dated ballots: “Pennsylvania voters deserve the freedom to vote without being punished for the minor slipup of not writing a date on […]