Republicans Get Devastating News From PA Supreme Court

In Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court has ruled that mail-in voting laws will remain in force, at least for now.

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“The justices issued a one-paragraph order that overturned a Feb. 16 decision by Commonwealth Court Senior Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt that would have pulled the plug on the state’s 2-year-old voting law,” reports The Morning Call.

“The Supreme Court planned to hold an oral argument regarding the legal challenge to the law Tuesday. The justices’ decision to invalidate Leavitt’s order gives them more time to rule without facing a one-week deadline. They said the law will remain in place, pending further action by the high court,” the outlet continued.

Commonwealth Court Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt ruled last month that an order reversing the “universal mail-in ballot law” as it currently exists will stand and take effect in March.

Last month, Leavitt stated that the state’s mail-in ballot law is in violation of its Constitution.

“Republicans who challenged the law are likely to prevail when the state Supreme Court reviews the case in March.”

“No-excuse mail-in voting makes the exercise of the franchise more convenient and has been used four times in the history of Pennsylvania,” Leavitt argued in her opinion in January.

“Approximately 1.38 million voters have expressed their interest in voting by mail permanently. If presented to the people, a constitutional amendment… is likely to be adopted. But a constitutional amendment must be presented to the people,” she wrote.

To put it another way, you cannot simply make up rules spontaneously without changing the state constitution to make them legally binding.

An appeal by the Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration, according to the judge, assumes that the higher court will overrule decisions entered in 1862 and 1924, thereby nullifying laws passed to extend absentee voting.

Wolf’s administration lawyers did not claim that the rulings of 1862 or 1924 were incorrect, Leavitt stated.

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March 8 is the date for the case to go to the state Supreme Court.

Republican lawmakers have attacked Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballot laws and vote-counting policy, which lets mail-in ballots be recorded up to three days after the election, provided they are postmarked by election day.

An email sent by former President Donald Trump last month celebrated the news.

“Big news out of Pennsylvania, great patriotic spirit is developing at a level that nobody thought possible. Make America Great Again!” he exclaimed.

The Democrat Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is taking action to stop Republicans from going ahead with their plans for the state’s election audit and is taking action himself.

Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania’s attorney general, attempted late last year to block Republican state lawmakers from auditing the 2020 election results with a specific company.

In his court brief, Shapiro argues that Envoy Sage LLC should not be allowed access to the personal information of more than nine million Pennsylvanians.

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Shapiro explained that Envoy does not have any experience in the election industry and only has two employees.

A group of Republican lawmakers commissioned Envoy Sage to conduct a forensic audit of the 2020 general election results and the results of the May primary.

“PA Republicans want to send the personal, private information of nine-million Pennsylvanians to Envoy Sage LLC — a company led by a Republican donor with no experience in this work — to conduct their sham “audit.” It’s a violation of your privacy, and I’m suing to stop them,” Shapiro said.