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May 10 at 5 p.m. the deadline for Pennsylvania voters who want to vote by mail to request a ballot.

Mail-in ballots can be requested for eligible voters who have a disability or illness or who will be away from their home municipality on election day.  Residents should contact their local board of election.

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Previously, voters could request the ballot in an online application but those applications must be received by the state no later than 5 p.. May 10.

Meanwhile, the issue over whether Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballot law that was approved in 2019 is constitutional is still being debated by the state’s Supreme Court.

In spite of the measure initially being approved by a Republican-majority legislature, a G.O.P. lawsuit argued lawmakers didn’t have the constitutional right to make changes to allow for voting by mail without an approved excuse.

Until a ruling is made, the no-excuses mail-in voting rule remains in place. It’s not known when the Justices may make a decision.

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