Jason Snead, Executive Director of Honest Elections Project:

“Today’s court ruling is a major win for Pennsylvanians and for the rule of law. As we pointed out in our brief, Pennsylvania law clearly requires that every mail ballot be dated and signed. That simple, straightforward rule helps to stop late and illegal voting without burdening anyone’s right to vote. Despite the black-and-white legal requirement, the Pennsylvania Acting Secretary of State tried to ignore the law and count undated ballots. Thankfully the Pennsylvania Supreme Court upheld the rule of law and ordered officials not to count undated and wrongly dated ballots. Election integrity begins by following the law, and this decision is a big win for Pennsylvanians.”