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GOP Leaders in Pennsylvania Embrace Mail-In Voting, Drop Boxes

Voting has changed in the U.S., and the Pennsylvania Republican Party wants voters to

change with it by becoming mail-in voters. “Whether the president or anybody else was going to support it, I was out there pushing it. And we made some very strong gains,” Mr. Tabas said, adding that in 2023, Republicans accounted for 41 percent of the state’s new vote-by-mail applications. Of those, 27 percent were brand-new Republicans. It means the mail-in strategy is catching the low-propensity voters and adding to Republican numbers, he said.

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