PENNSYLVANIA: Mastriano Unveils Legislation To Ban ‘No Excuse Mail-in Voting’ From The State | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

PENNSYLVANIA: Mastriano Unveils Legislation To Ban ‘No Excuse Mail-in Voting’ From The State

Pennsylvania Sen. Doug Mastriano, who rose to prominence over the past several months as he fought for election integrity following the 2020 election, which in Pennsylvania and several other states was plagued by credible accusations of widespread voter fraud, has unveiled new legislation that would remove the state’s lax mail-in voting laws that were passed in 2019, well before the coronavirus swept the globe.

“The 2020 election cycle was fraught with public confusion and misinformation, much of which was centered around mail-in ballots,” wrote Mastriano, joined by Sen. Patrick J Stefano.

The legislation proposed by Mastriano and Stefano would remove the elements of Pennsylvania’s Act 77, which allow for an unprecedented number of mail-in ballots to be requested with virtually no clear reason from the people requesting them.

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