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'Election integrity committee' in York County accused of voter intimidation

A group calling itself an "election integrity committee" drew allegations of voter intimidation after its members reportedly knocked on doors across York County asking about how and for whom residents voted. York County President Commissioner Julie Wheeler, who said she received numerous calls about the individuals claiming to be members...
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State Election Discussions Before Congressional Group

HARRISBURG – After leading 10 hearings on PA’s election process, House State Government Committee Chairman, York County Rep. Seth Grove shared his insights with members of the U.S. House Election Integrity Caucus during a virtual roundtable discussion. The Caucus was launched to serve as a platform for members of Congress to come together and educate and inform citizens about issues related to election security and activity, drive common sense policy solutions to restore faith in the voting process, and improve the administration of elections. Grove crafted the Voting Rights Protection Act based on the findings from the House State Government Committee hearings on elections. However, Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the bill, claiming voter ID requirements suppressed voters. Earlier this week, Wolf said he is now in favor of voter ID. Grove has circulated a co-sponsorship memo to reintroduce the Voting Rights Protection Act.
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Editorial: Election 'investigation' is damaging partisan theater, spurn it

Republican-leaning counties this past week rebuffed state Sen. Doug Mastriano’s request for voting records and equipment to conduct a legislative “forensic investigation” of the free, fair and thoroughly vetted 2020 election conducted more than seven months ago. Tioga County was a hard “no” and York County commissioners defended the county’s...
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Tension at York County election audit meeting

There was disdain on Wednesday from York County leaders over the commissioners' decision to question a forensic audit request from Sen. Doug Mastriano. A raucous crowd filled the bi-weekly commissioners' meeting. Over a dozen speakers urged the board to play ball with Sen. Mastriano's request for information about the 2020...
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Supporters of election audit flood York County Commissioners meeting

People packed the York County Commissioners meeting Wednesday to urge the board to support state Sen. Doug Mastriano's request for a forensic election audit. "Even if York County was not the problem and it will not change the election overall, there were numerous irregularities, and I think the county has to put their voice behind supporting a forensic audit of the vote in Pennsylvania," Mark Swomley, chair of the Springettsbury Township Board of Supervisors, told the board to applause during public comment.
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Counties resist election audit, GOP leadership mum on topic

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — It has been 10 days since Senator Doug Mastriano requested an election audit of three counties, including York, Pa. “We have several concerns,” Julie Wheeler (R), York County president commisioner. Wheeler is cost to do the audit and possible decertifying of any machine that gets audited.
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Another PA County Raises Objections To Election Audit

HARRISBURG (AP) – Another PA county targeted for a “forensic investigation” of the 2020 presidential election is raising objections to a sweeping demand for access to its voting equipment and records. York County’s three commissioners — two Republican and one Democrat — wrote this week to Sen. Doug Mastriano of Adams, Cumberland, & York Counties who is seeking the information and raised questions about the legality of his demand and the cost to the county. The commissioners also pointed to the likelihood that its voting machines would be decertified. Commissioners in rural Tioga County have expressed similar concerns. Philadelphia also received Mastriano’s request, but has not formally responded.