Jun. 22, 2021

HARRISBURG – The state House today in Harrisburg voted to approve legislation that would reform the Commonwealth’s election processes by protecting the rights of voters, enhance the security of elections and restore public trust in the democratic process. State Rep. Brad Roae (R-Crawford/Erie) voted for the bill and issued the following statement:

“This bill contains commonsense measures, doesn’t go as far as some of us would like and the governor is still threatening to veto it. I support stronger identification requirements, realistic deadlines and allowing observers at polling places, and those reforms should not be controversial. It’s disappointing to realize the governor threatened to veto these reasonable reforms before the House voted to approve the bill.”

Representative Brad Roae
6th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: Dan Massing
RepRoae.com / Facebook.com/RepRoae