Pennsylvania Published August 2, 2022 3:13pm EDT
A lower court had thrown the law out earlier this year
Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the state’s expansion of mail-in voting, in a case brought by Republican state representatives who voted for the legislation in 2019.
By Gregg Jarrett. Published. January 29, 2022. The decision by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court (an appellate court) about the state’s mail-in voting law was legally correct. Pennsylvania’s Constitution (Article 7) requires that if you want to vote in an election, you must do so in person. This was done to prevent fraudulent voters.