10/6: Former presidential candidate Jill Stein says she may challenge the legality of Philadelphia’s new touchscreen voting machines in court.
9/9: Pennsylvania has decided to allow voters to apply for absentee ballots online this year.
6/5: The Pennsylvania legislature is considering a bill that would require voters to show valid IDs before casting a ballot in any election.
6/5: Pennsylvania’s absentee ballot deadline is one of the earliest in the country—a lawsuit is claiming this deadline is unconstitutional.
5/21: Over half of the election day fraud complaints filed in Philadelphia came from the city’s 7th district, investigators say.
4/24: A federal appeals court ruled that Republican state senator Joe Scarnati can’t be held financially responsible for gerrymandering in the state of Pennsylvania.
4/12: The Public Interest Legal Foundation has accused Pennsylvania of violating federal voter registration law by failing to purge noncitzen voters.
3/18: Pennsylvania election officials rejected twice as many absentee ballots in the midterm election than they did in 2010.
2/22: Representative Brad Roae claimed that thousands of noncitizen voters are registered in the state of Pennsylvania.
2/7: Pennsylvania has reported that 11,200 noncitizens are registered to vote in the state.