The Pennsylvania House has made some changes to mail-in ballots prior to the election.
The new bill was sent to the state senate largely along party lines. The new modifications include giving counties the ability to count ballots three days before prior to Election Day.
Voters will also have 15 days prior to Election Day to request a mail-in ballot, instead of seven days.
The third change specifies where ballots can be dropped off—which includes county courthouses, election offices, and polling locations. Ballot drop-off boxes were not included on the bill, a measure that Democrats strongly advocated for.
It now moves to the senate—and Governor Tom Wolf has also threaten to veto the bill in its current state.