SIGN PETITION for Statewide Referendum re REVOKING ACT 77/MAIL-IN VOTING in PA!

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.)

2021-11-06T03:03:19+00:00November 6th, 2021|Action Steps|0 Comments

URGENT QUESTIONS in PA May 18 Primary Election!

By Richard A. Panzer, PhD

 When Pennsylvania voters head to the polls on Tuesday, May 18, for the primary election, they will find three important questions on the ballot regarding amendments to the state Constitution. The first two constitutional questions deal with disaster emergency declarations while the third addresses racial equality. 

Why Are These Questions Important?
For more than a year, Pennsylvania has been operating under two long-term disaster emergency declarations imposed by Gov. Tom Wolf. One declaration is related to the opioid epidemic and has been in place for more than three years, while the other was ordered in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. The governor renewed the COVID-19 declaration for a fourth time in February.

On Tuesday, May 18, voters will have a say in the duration of future disaster emergency declarations under legislation approved by the General Assembly. Senate Bill 2 proposes to amend the state Constitution regarding disaster declarations in two ways: limiting emergency declarations by a governor to a maximum of 21 days without legislative approval and clarifying that a concurrent resolution terminating or extending a disaster emergency declaration need not be presented to the governor for his signature.

While executive powers to declare emergencies […]

2021-04-23T20:05:59+00:00April 23rd, 2021|Action Steps|0 Comments