A Pennsylvania judge has directed the state to immediately delay further action on certifying its 2020 election results until Friday, when her court will hold a hearing on a complaint seeking to make all mail-in ballots in the Keystone State unconstitutional.
Judge Patricia A. McCullough of the Commonwealth Court entered a preliminary order on Wednesday granting an evidentiary hearing on a complaint brought by Republican Congressman Mike Kelly, candidates Sean Parnell and Wanda Logan, and five additional voters, who argue that Pennsylvania’s “no-excuse” mail-in voting extension in October 2019 violated the boundaries of the state constitution on who can cast an absentee ballot.
The case aims to declare unconstitutional the extension of mail-in voting and to annul certain ballots cast in the 2020 election, or make the state legislature determine who won Pennsylvania.
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