Voting Officials Waiting On Guidance From Pa. Supreme Court On Absentee, Mail-In Ballot Signature Matching
“What we want to make sure doesn’t happen is voters have their ballots rejected without being notified or given the chance to come in or call and prove that in fact it was them ” said Mark Gaber, the director of trial litigation at the Campaign Legal Center. Gaber said signature matching is not a science. And during the June primary, that showed. “What we learned from that is that at least some counties were purporting to match the signatures or attempting to match the signatures and compare them, and on that basis, were rejecting ballots,” he said.
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