G. McConway
November 2, 2022

PA Supreme Court Says ‘No’ to Undated Envelopes

The Democrat effort to have invalid ballots counted has finally been shut down.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled against allowing ballots that lack accurate, handwritten dates on their return envelopes.

Local election boards were ordered to “segregate and preserve” the ballots.

Here’s Why…

We all want everyone that is eligible to vote to have a voice in an election.

Following this law is not about silencing anyone because we have no idea who will benefit from this ruling.

This ruling is about preserving the integrity of the election.

The average person will read the rules, follow the guidelines, and submit the ballot with all the valid dates and signatures.

For example, in 2020, Philadelphia had 381,000 mail-in ballots, with only 8,300 failing to follow the rules.

When people are playing games with ballots, they are far more likely to skip steps when submitting the ballots.

This step is there to help prevent fraud in mail-in ballots, which is why RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel celebrated the decision.

She stated, “Republicans went to court. Now Democrats have to follow the law.”

Pennsylvania had approximately 1.4 million requests for absentee ballots, with 850,000 of them already being returned.

Source: Newsmax

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