Pennsylvania race TIGHTENS as election integrity measures are implemented

by Summer Lane

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Pennsylvania is very much in play for the November 2024 presidential election, and a recent favorable ruling for election integrity from a federal court of appeals that affects the state’s vote-counting processes has tightened up the race quite a bit.

Scott Presler, a Republican voter registration activist and the founder of Early Vote Action, shared on Thursday that the Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled in favor of mandating requirements for mail-in ballots.

He wrote that for a mail-in ballot to be counted, the outside of the envelope must include a handwritten date that is verifiably accurate. “This is a huge win for election integrity,” he stated.

Presler was likely referring to the late-March ruling from the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that upheld enforcement of a required date on return envelopes for mail-in ballots, overturning a previous ruling from November.

As previously reported by RSBN, the Republican National Committee (RNC) celebrated the victory in court, noting that it was a “crucial victory for election integrity and voter confidence” as the nation looks toward the November election.

In Pennsylvania, President Trump is performing exceptionally well among voters. Last week, the president held an electric MAGA rally in Schnecksville, where he stated “42,000” were in attendance, despite frigid temperatures and gusty wind.

The 45th president has even edged ahead of Biden in the key battleground state, netting a two-point lead ahead of November (Big Data) – a significant uptick of support in a place that is supposedly a blue stronghold for Democrats.

Pennsylvania flipped red in November 2016 when President Donald Trump won the state, and it looks as if he could easily pull that off again if he maintains his momentum with voters. And, with critical election integrity safeguards in place, it will be a lot harder for mail-in ballots to odiously tip the scales in the midnight hour of Election Day.

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