Pa. Supreme Court dismisses GOP congressman's lawsuit that sought to invalidate mail-in votes


Supreme Court rejected a request to toss out all mail in ballots in the state Congressman Mike Kelly and seven other Republicans filed the complaint and ask that the court let the GOP controlled state Legislature decide who won. The court ruled unanimously. The plaintiffs had waited too long to bring their lawsuit challenging a 2019 law that created no excuse mail voting about 2.6 million voters casting their ballot. By mail in Pennsylvania during the 2020 election. College

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