New Pa. Supreme Court opinion opens the door for a patchwork of county policies on wrongly dated ballots

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has once again waded into the protracted legal battle over whether mail ballots missing a date or with the wrong date should be thrown out. But while a series of opinions the justices issued Wednesday offered new clarity, they also opened the door to fresh confusion and the almost certain prospect of counties developing a patchwork of different policies over what exactly constitutes a correct date. Jonathan Lai and Jeremy Roebeck, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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