PA court allows GOP to subpoena 2020 election records

PA court allows GOP to subpoena 2020 election records


A Pennsylvania court Monday declined to block a subpoena for election records issued by Republican lawmakers in their quest to investigate the results of the 2020 presidential election.

The Commonwealth Court issued a seven-page order announcing that Democrat lawmakers and Attorney General Josh Shapiro failed to persuade the court that the subpoena issued by the Republican-controlled Senate in the Keystone State lacked legitimate legislative purpose, according to the Associated Press.

The subpoena issued in September requested the release of election records, including registered voters’ driver’s license numbers, addresses, last four digits of the Social Security numbers, and a list of those who voted in person or via mail. Although most of the records requested are public, the subpoena further asked for the release

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