HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Republicans in the state House continue their examination of election laws and mail-in ballots.
The State Government Committee heard testimony on Thursday from various experts, including a professor from MIT.
Committee Chair Seth Grove of York County wants to know if certain changes made before the November election were legal.
“Constitutional absentee ballots and no-excuse mail-in ballots may seem similar, but our state Constitution prides a clear distinction. Lastly, our state constitution expressly mandates uniformity in our election laws,” Rep. Grove (R-York) said.
The state and U.S. Supreme Courts made several rulings validating Pennsylvania’s November election results.