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RNC Secures Significant Election Integrity Win in Pennsylvania

via FOX43 News
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A federal appeals court sided with the Republican National Committee in a lawsuit over Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting requirements.

In a 2-1 ruling along party lines, the court upheld the state’s rule that mail ballots must have a legible date on the return envelope signature to be counted.

This overturned a previous ruling that had struck down the “dated signature requirement.”

The RNC argued the requirement was necessary for election integrity, while opponents claimed it violated the Civil Rights Act.

“This ruling will have far-reaching effects regarding left-wing attempts to weaponize the Materiality Provision of the Civil Rights Act across the country and represents a victory for mail ballot safeguards in a crucial swing state,” the organization wrote.

However, the court found the Act concerns voter eligibility, not ballot rules.

The ruling supports the validity of mail ballot safeguards and provides precedent for the RNC’s ongoing lawsuits over alleged mail-in voting abuses in other states.

“The Pennsylvania General Assembly has decided that mail-in voters must date the declaration on the return envelope of their ballot to make their vote effective,” the ruling said. “The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania unanimously held this ballot-casting rule is mandatory; thus, failure to comply renders a ballot invalid under Pennsylvania law.”

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