House Vote Fraud Preventions Slipped Into Lame Senate Amendment In Pennsylvania

House Slipped Vote Fraud Preventions Slipped Into Lame Senate Amendment In Pennsylvania— The Pennsylvania Senate passed, April 27, SB 106 which was to be an amendment to the state Constitution that would merely end separate elections for candidates for governor and lieutenant governor and have them run on a single ballot. It would be an unnecessary and insignificant change as to how we are governed but the inside-baseball types thought it neat.

Anyway, on Dec. 15, just before the session ended, the State House overwhelmingly approved it but with additions. These included:

— A 21-day limit on emergency declarations by the governor.

— A requirement to present “valid identification prior to voting, regardless of voting method”

— The auditing of elections, including the administration of elections, certification of election machines, the accuracy of the list of registered voters, the administration of voter registration and election results.

The bill is now back in the Senate where it sits.

Constitutional amendments in Pennsylvania require approval of the same wording in consecutive sessions of the legislature, and then approval by the voters via a ballot question.

Don’t expect them to happen anytime soon, but this shows that while there may be corrupt deep staters in the Republican Party, there are good guys too.

House Slipped Vote Fraud Preventions Slipped Into Lame Senate Amendment In Pennsylvania-- The Pennsylvania Senate passed, April 27, SB 106 which was
House Slipped Vote Fraud Preventions In Lame Senate Amendment In Pennsylvania

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