Pennsylvania has officially banned public officials from accepting and using funds from nongovernmental entities to conduct elections.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has officially banned public officials from accepting and using funds from nongovernmental entities to conduct elections.
Passed by the state’s Republican-majority legislature and signed into law by Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday, the legislation (SB 982) mandates that Pennsylvania public officials “may not solicit, apply for, enter into a contract for or receive or expend gifts, donations, grants or funding from any individual, business, organization, trust, foundation, or any nongovernmental entity for the registration of voters or the preparation, administration or conducting of an election in [the] Commonwealth.”
Also included in the bill is the establishment of an “election integrity grant program,” wherein the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development is permitted to distribute grants “to counties for the administration of elections.” Beginning Aug. 1, counties will be allowed to submit applications to receive funds from the program, with the size of the grant received by a county determined “by the quotient of the county’s number of registered voters divided by the total number of registered voters in all counties.” more
Who needs Zuck Bucks when you have a systemic corruption from the Dems to Rino’s to the state Supreme Court?
“election integrity grant program,” I’m from the government and I’m here to help.
“Election integrity” means different things to different people. To Dems, it means elections where Dems get the most votes by any means necessary.
That ought to make Dr. Oz a little nervous.