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Pennsylvania court declares state mail-in voting law unconstitutional

Heidi Johnson | Vermont Law School, US

JANUARY 29, 2022 04:24:25 PM

 

The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania Friday declared unconstitutional Pennsylvania’s “no-excuse mail-in voting law,” which permits voters to cast their ballots by mail without providing an excuse for their absence.

Doug McLinko filed suit against Pennsylvania’s Acting Secretary Veronica Degraffenreid, seeking an order declaring that Article XIII-D of the Pennsylvania Election Code violates the Pennsylvania Constitution. Article XIII-D was added by Act 77, which provides that “any qualified elector may vote by mail.” McLinko contested this provision, arguing that Pennsylvania’s Constitution requires qualified voters to cast their ballots in person at designated polling places unless they satisfy an absentee voting exception.

Acting Secretary Degraffenreid defended no-excuse mail-in voting, arguing that the Pennsylvania Constitution permits voting “by ballot or by such other method as may be prescribed by law.” Degraffenreid sought “an order dismissing McLinko’s amended petition with prejudice on procedural grounds or, in the alternative, because it lacks substantive merit.”

The court agreed with McLinko, holding “that Act 77 violates Article VII, Section 1 of the Pennsylvania Constitution.” In its decision, the court stated:

Approximately 1.38 million voters have expressed their interest in voting by mail permanently. If presented to the people, a constitutional amendment to end the Article VII, Section 1 requirement of in-person voting is likely to be adopted. But a constitutional amendment must be presented to the people and adopted into our fundamental law before legislation authorizing no-excuse mail-in voting can ‘be placed upon our statute books.’

In a companion case, Representative Timothy R. Bonner and 13 members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives filed suit with claims that were “identical to those raised by McLinko.” The court again held the voting law unconstitutional, referencing its McLinko decision.

The court’s opinion provides the tip on implementing a no-excuse mail-in voting amendment to Pennsylvania’s Constitution but “expresses no view on whether such a system should, or should not, be implemented as a matter of public policy.”

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zoning ordinance that we are trying to block in our township. Our group Believes in the constitution and also the Freedoms outlined within. 

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If you are a Pennsylvanian, our state Constitution gives us the right to clean air and water, and to the preservation of our natural resources.

Not only for us, but for the generations that will follow us. There are only a handful of other states where this is the case.

The Environmental Rights Amendment was drafted, ratified by the people, and received final unanimous approval by the state legislature 50 years ago this month.

Reflect on that -- every legislator, despite party affiliation, voted for it.

The amendment says:

“The people have a right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic, and esthetic values of the environment. Pennsylvania’s public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come. As trustee of these resources, the commonwealth shall conserve and maintain them for the benefit of all the people.”

Anniversaries are always a good time to look back, and forward, and remind ourselves what our Constitution ensures for us.

Article 1, Section 27 of the Pennsylvania Constitution

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