Ballots that arrive in time should be counted, Pennsylvania judge rules
This article originally appeared in the Keystone on November 22, 2023 and was written by Sean Kitchen.
US District Judge Susan Paradise Baxter ruled on Tuesday that mail-in ballots that arrive on time before the election but are left undated by Pennsylvania voters should be counted. The ruling came out of the Western District of Pennsylvania and is expected to be appealed to the 3rd US Circuit Court of Appeals.
“Every eligible person who casts a ballot should have their vote counted,” Witold Walczak, legal director of the ACLU of Pennsylvania, said in a statement.
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