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PA Mail-in/Absentee Ballot Status

According to the Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, as of Monday 78% of the just over 3 million approved Absentee or Mail-in Ballots have been returned. For those who have not received their Mail-in Ballot and requested one, Bookvar says they can vote by Provisional Ballot at their Polling Place Tuesday. Their County Board of Elections will then verify that they did not vote by mail before counting their Provisional Ballot. Boockvar says if you have completed your Mail-in Ballot, then you are to turn it in immediately. Under Pennsylvania Law, Voters may only return their own ballots. The only exceptions to this are for Voters with a disability who have designated someone in writing to deliver their Ballot, or for Voters who need an Emergency Absentee Ballot.

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