Gov. Tom Wolf put his signature on what has been described as the most significant change to Pennsylvania’s election laws in more than 80 years when it was written. By signing the bill into law, registered voters will soon be able to cast their ballot from the convenience of their own home in every election – primary, general or special – without having to provide an excuse as to they can’t make it to the polls on Election Day. Voters will be able to cast ballots by mail beginning with next year’s primary on April 28. Jan Murphy, Penn Live.
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