Does a new mailbox have ballots? Who is in charge of this?
This is why distribution boxes have been banned in many states!
HARRISBURG – In a major step forward in safeguarding the integrity of Pennsylvania’s elections, the Senate today approved two bills that would prevent the future use of unsecured ballots and ban private money to fund election operations.
Senate Bill 1200, sponsored by Sens. Cris Dush (R-Jefferson), Ryan P. Aument (R-Lancaster), Jake Corman (R-Center) and Kim Ward (R-Westmoreland), would require mail-in ballots that are not returned by mail to be returned only to the County Board of Elections office, effectively eliminating mailboxes in Pennsylvania.
A Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling allowed drop-off boxes in 2020, despite the fact that they were never authorized or envisioned by the General Assembly through the legislative process. Since then, numerous examples of misuse of distribution boxes have been uncovered across the state, including:
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