Gov. Wolf is calling on lawmakers to make needed changes to ensure the safety of mail-in voting this Nov.

08.27.20 | Bob Price

With less than 70 days to go before the vote, Governor Wolf is pleading with Republicans and Democrats in Pennsylvania to find common ground and fix glitches that could delay results on November 3rd.

Up to 10 times as many people are expected to vote by mail this year compared to 2016 due to COVID-19.

Republicans want to start processing mail-in ballots three days before Election Day to speed up vote counting.

Democrats want even more time - as much as three weeks before the election.

Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes could be crucial to who wins and who loses in the all-important 2020 election.