State Officials Aim To Quell Election Day Concerns Ahead Of Pa. Primary
March 12, 2020
Pennsylvania State Department officials assured lawmakers that errors and delays will not plague the upcoming April 28 primary, despite the ongoing implementation of sweeping voting reforms enacted last year.
“We will be ready,” Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar told the Senate Appropriations Committee. “We are working around the clock and we will be ready.”
Pennsylvania's primary election is scheduled for April 28. The deadline for registering to vote is April 13.
Lawmakers approved mail-in voting via Act 77 in October. The State Department is requesting an additional $795,000 in t...