State Election Integrity Scorecard Pennsylvania
The America First Policy Institute’s (AFPI) Center for Election Integrity (CEI) has analyzed the extent to which each state has implemented five key election integrity policies. Each policy proposal is designed to ensure transparency, accountability, and security in elections and to increase Americans’ confidence in their outcomes. The five tested and proven policies are to: 1) Require photo ID for in-person voting; 2) Require voter ID for mail ballot voting; 3) Ban Ranked Choice Voting; 4) Require all ballots to be received by Election Day; and 5) Ban ballot harvesting. Though CEI has also identified several other critical election integrity measures that would help make it easy to vote but hard to cheat, this scorecard focuses on these five policies when assessing how well a state is implementing efforts needed to protect legal votes and legal voters.