Mail-in ballots can’t be rejected for mismatched signatures, Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules

Pennsylvania state Supreme Court ruled Friday that mail-in ballots can not be disqualified for mismatched signatures. Counties in the state will not be able to disqualify signatures from being counted if they don’t match a voter’s other handwriting in the 2020 election. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

New Jersey voters will decide on Election Day if state legalizes recreational marijuana

Whether of not New Jersey legalizes recreation marijuana will be determined by voters on Election Day. That’s because despite the support from Gov. Phil Murphy and a solid majority of residents in favor the move, not enough state legislators have supported adult-use legalization of pot. The ballot question, if passed, would amend the New Jersey…

$1 million lottery ticket sold at Giant store in Bucks County

A Pennsylvania Lottery Extreme Cash scratch-off ticket worth $1 million was sold at a Giant grocery store in Quakertown, Bucks County. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Judge dismisses Trump campaign challenge to New Jersey’s mail-in voting

The Trump campaign’s lawsuit challenging New Jersey’s mail-in voting program was dismissed Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 by U.S. District Court Judge Michael Shipp without oral argument. More than 2 million residents have already submitted mail-in ballots. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Voters reportedly filmed by Trump campaign while depositing mail-in ballots at City Hall drop box

Donald Trump’s reelection campaign reportedly filmed some voters in Philadelphia depositing ballots at drop boxes in the city. The campaign claims the voters were recorded delivering multiple ballots, and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro countered that recording these residents was voter intimidation. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Wolf plans to waive Pennsylvania liquor license fees for bars, restaurants in 2021

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has proposed waving liquor license fees in 2021 as a way to support struggling restaurants, bars, catering clubs and hotels during the COVID-19 crisis. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Narberth passes ordinance to fine people who don’t wear face masks

Narberth borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania has passed an ordinance that would impose fines on people who do not wear face masks in designated locations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ordinance, the first local measure of its kind in Pennsylvania, would include certain exceptions and comes with first warnings. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress…

New Jersey Gov. Murphy quarantining after possible COVID-19 exposure

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy will quarantine through at least the weekend after two staff members – Mike DeLamater and Dan Bryan – tested positive for the coronavirus. Murphy and first lady Tammy Murphy each tested negative for COVID-19 on Wednesday. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Aramark to lay off thousands at Philly stadiums, Convention Center

Aramark will lay off thousands of workers in Philadelphia, including those at Citizens Bank Park and the Wells Fargo Center, in response to disrupted operations during the coronavirus pandemic. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Pennsylvania qualifies for New Jersey, New York COVID-19 travel advisories, but officials won’t enforce quarantine

Pennsylvania qualified for both New Jersey and New York’s COVID-19 travel advisory lists, but health officials said it wouldn’t be added to the lists officially, nor would a 14-day quarantine for travelers between the states be enforced. State officials said because the states are so interconnected, it’s unreasonable. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release…

How to watch Barack Obama’s Philly drive-in campaign rally for Joe Biden

Former President Barack Obama will appear in Philadelphia for a drive-in rally outside Citizens Bank Park to support Joe Biden. You can livestream Obama’s speech, which is expected to address Black voter turnout and the importance of planning to vote ahead of the Nov. 3 election. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia NewsPress Release Distribution Service

New Jersey man gives Wawa $300 in coins, wins free Shortis for a year

Wawa’s “Free Shortis for a Year” sweepstakes ended in victory for New Jersey resident Steven Leventhal, who brought $300 in coins to a Wawa in Monroe Township to help the store manage a shortage during the coronavirus pandemic. Leventhal will enjoy Wawa hoagies free of charge for the next year. Top Featured Tags: – Philadelphia…

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