Judge Orders Pennsylvania County Polling Sites Stay Open Later Due to Paper Shortages

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A judge in Pennsylvania’s Luzerne County has ordered all polling sites to remain open for two additional hours after paper shortages cropped up during the midterm elections.

Court of Common Pleas Judge Lesa Gelb entered the order after hearing from county officials, who lodged a petition on Nov. 8 for extended hours.

“Voters in Luzerne County through no fault of their own, were disenfranchised and denied the fundamental right to vote,” Gelb said in her order, which was made “in an effort to protect and maintain the integrity of the 2022 General Election and to protect the voters of this County.”

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