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Senate GOP leader proposes special panel to review 2020 election

In one of his first acts in his new leadership post, Sen. President Pro Tempore Jake Corman moved on Monday to convene a panel of lawmakers to review the 2020 election and offer reforms to the state’s election code. 

The special committee that Corman, R-Centre, outlined in a memo to his colleagues would consist of five Republican senators, including Corman, and four Democrats.

While his office is still finalizing the details of the proposal, Corman said the panel would broadly review the “accuracy and security” of ballots before, during and after Election Day, as well as the role of judges and the Secretary of State in influencing election administration.


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