Pennsylvania: Officials work to correct a statewide election glitch ahead of voting in November | Your Erie

There are just three weeks to go until voters here in Pennsylvania head to the polls.  But, one of the big concerns heading into Election Day is whether or not your vote is secure. On Monday, the House State Government Committee met to discuss lingering issues with the state’s election system, Committee Chair Daryl Metcalf raising concerns about non-citizens being able to vote after the Department of State found that thousands of potential non-citizens were registered due to a technical glitch. Metcalfe says, “All of the talk about Russia’s interference with our elections. There’s real interference with our elections by foreign nationals in the state of Pennsylvania. And those foreign nationals are here legally, but registering illegally.”

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