Delco Council Weakening Minority Input For Election Board — Delaware County Council (Pa) is expected to vote tomorrow, Jan. 18 on significant changes regarding the how elections are run.
The out-of-touch Democrats who run things reportedly plan to eliminate the requirement of a report from the County Return Board, a bi-partisan organization created to double-check election results and whose findings have been problematic to the official narrative.
The Democrats will also change the law to allow Council to reject the minority party’s nominee list for the Election Board in toto forcing them to submit a new list.
A minority party member is mandated by the state for the three-person board.
A discussion can be found on DelCo Deepdivers Telegram channel.
Here’s the real question, though: Where is the Delaware County Republican Party’s opposition to the ordinance?
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Delco “Republicans” are the definition of RINOs. Opposition? That’s laughable.