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RNC Joins Suit to Block Pa. Dems. from Codifying Vote Fraud

'The RNC has a substantial and particularized interest in ensuring that Pennsylvania carries out free and fair elections... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The Republican National Committee and Republican Party of Pennsylvania came together to file a lawsuit to intervene with the state’s mail-in voting laws, as a contentious primary battle heads to a recount in a state that critics contend is open for vote fraud.

“The RNC has a substantial and particularized interest in ensuring that Pennsylvania carries out free and fair elections,” the application states.

“In particular, the legislature in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has statutorily required that mail-in ballots be dated by the elector.”

“…The RNC has an interest in assuring that elections involving Republican candidates are conducted in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and as affirmed by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.”

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The law states that mail-in and absentee ballots must have a handwritten signature and date on the declaration portion of the return envelope, The Federalist reported. Ballots lacking those key elements will not be counted.

In an attempt to assuage the process, Republican Senate candidate David McCormick asked the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania to make every county within the state accept all mail-in ballots received before the deadline, even if they lacked the mandatory handwritten date.

Citing a ruling from the 2rd U.S. Circut Court of Appeals, McCormick hoped that the primary tally would turn in his favor.

The appeal, which was decided by a three-judge panel, favored the leftists and allowed for the counting of incomplete ballots in Lehigh County in 2021, despite the law.

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The results for Pennsylvania’s Senate Republican primary have yet to be called.

In a recent update, McCormick’s opponent, Mehmet Oz, was ahead by 0.1 percent.

The RNC claims that this last-minute push by McCormick and the forthcoming decision will dictate future elections in Pennsylvania, and may compromise the delivery of secure, swift results in the future.

“Were these validly enacted laws to be cast aside—and the recent decisions of this Court and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court turned on their head—the current competitive electoral environment in Pennsylvania, in which the Republican Committees invest substantial resources in support of Republican candidates to try to win elections, would be altered or impaired,” the application states.

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