#FixHarrisburg: A Lancaster Online editorial points out PA’s General Assembly is crackerjack at passing resolutions honoring sports heroes and historical figures, but “doesn’t seem to be in the business of delivering legislation that’s actually necessary.”
Mail-in litigation update: The PA Supreme Court ruled last week that county election boards may allow voters to correct minor errors on their mail-in ballots, and said that it will rule on GOP suits that would force counties to discard undated mail-in ballots.
One less elected official (and one more mayoral candidate): Philadelphia Controller Rebecca Rhynhart resigned her post last week and joined the growing 2023 mayoral field.
City Commissioners mail-in flap: The Inquirer reports on Commissioner Lisa Deeley’s “obfuscation” about a delay in mailing out mail-in ballots caused by the addition of four City Council special elections.
Thanks, Post-Gazette! Pittsburgh’s venerable newspaper published a kind editorial this week praising C70 and our CEO, Al Schmidt, for our efforts to strengthen democracy in PA. Schmidt also discussed election-integrity issues on the CBS Evening News, the CBS Morning News and MSNBC’s Meet the Press Reports in the last week.