Senate Bill 884, initiated by Senator Mastriano, and co-sponsored by Senators Brooks, Hutchinson, Mensch, Pittman, Stefano, and Judy Ward, would enact a ballot referendum to repeal provisions of Act 77, which mandated fraud-ridden “no-excuse” mail-in voting in the Commonwealth. If passed by both the Senate and House of Representatives in 2 consecutive sessions, the referendum will appear on the May 2023 Ballot.
These ballot questions would allow voters to determine the following changes to election law: • Elimination of “No-Excuse” mail in voting • Mandatory deadline for mailed ballots to be received by 5pm the Friday before Election Day • Mandatory signature verification for all mailed ballots • Elimination of the permanent “mail-in/absentee voter list.” A sitting Governor will not be able to veto this legislation prior to its appearance on the ballot.
Since for many decades, mail-in voting has been known to provide rampant opportunities for election fraud, it is banned in most countries throughout the world. (For more info, see “Repeal Act 77” article.)