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Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf admitted to violating state election law.
He told a radio show Tuesday that his wife, first lady Frances Wolf, dropped off his mail-in ballot for him.
The article goes on to state the following:
Pennsylvania state law requires voters who do not mail their absentee or mail-in ballot to “deliver it in person to (their) county board of election,” according to the Associated Press. The only exception is for voters with disabilities who have given written permission to a designated agent, according to Pennsylvania’s Department of State.
“I didn’t show up in person at the polls. We voted a couple weeks ago, actually,” Wolf told the radio station KDKA. “My wife actually dropped it off personally two weeks ago, so it’s there.”
Chairman of the House State Government Committee, Rep. Seth Grove, called attention to Wolf’s comments.
“This is illegal under the election code, BUT would have been legal had he signed HB 1300,” he said, referring to a voting reform bill Grove sponsored this summer, but was ultimately vetoed by Wolf.
On Nov. 2, Gov. Wolf did an interview with KDKA where he disclosed his wife turned in his mail-in ballot for him.
This is illegal under the election code, BUT would have been legal had he signed HB 1300.
1:25-1:55 minute has the salient portion:https://t.co/laMBmv4D2a
— Rep. Seth Grove – “the Architect” (@RepGrove) November 4, 2021
Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf told a radio show Tuesday that his wife, first lady Frances Wolf, dropped off his mail-in ballot for him.
PA state law requires voters who do not mail their ballot to “deliver it in person” themselves.https://t.co/f25cAd80ep
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 6, 2021
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