More Than A Dozen Pa Counties Have Seen Election Directors Leave In The Last Year

09.21.20 | Terry Diener

Since a new law was passed to accommodate no-excuse mail-in voting across the state, several election directors or deputy directors have left their post.
 
The heightened concern comes after the Keystone State took weeks to report its primary results in June and as local election officials face ever-changing demands on the election process this year.
 
With less than 45 days to go until the general election, the race in the battleground state is expected to be tight and top Pennsylvania elections officials have already said not to expect results on election night.