Rep. Gregory Seeks to Repeal Mail-In Voting
December 3, 2020
State Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) has announced his intentions to introduce a bill that would repeal the previous expansion of mail-in voting in Pennsylvania.
"My office has been flooded with calls and emails from constituents who had issues with mail-in ballots, including those who received them without submitting a request." Gregory said in a statement. "Additionally, in November, we witnessed an extreme amount of irregularities regarding mail-in ballots. The irregularities that existed from one county to another made this election incredibly confusing for voters and candidates."