Knowing secure and accurate elections are the cornerstone of our republic, the House State Government will take up three election-related bills at its next meeting.
House Bill 1482
by Rep. Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) would require the Commonwealth and each county in this Commonwealth to implement a post-election audit using an approved auditing method. House Bill 2044
by Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Westmoreland) would require all third-party grants for the running of elections be sent to the Pennsylvania Department of State to then distribute to counties evenly. Finally, Senate Bill 738
by Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) would require the Department of State to post to its website a tracker for the public to monitor every step and action item the department is taking to ensure proper compliance to carry out a proposed constitutional amendment.
The committee will also take up the following additional bills:
• House Bill 777
: To designate the amethyst as the official state gemstone of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; and designating celestine as the official state mineral of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
• House Bill 846
: To prohibit the use of daylight saving time.
• House Bill 865
: To consolidate provisions on administrative procedure and rulemaking; and making related repeals.
• House Bill 173
8: To provide for the review and implementation of executive orders issued by the president of the United States.
• House Bill 1823
: To provide for powers over certain historic property and providing for Washington Crossing Historic Park.
Committee Chairman Rep. Seth Grove (R-York) will be joined by committee members and bill sponsors.
Monday, Nov. 8, at 8 a.m.
Room B-31, Main Capitol Building, Capitol Complex
The meeting will be streamed live at PAHouseGOP.com
Media contact: Greg Gross, 717.260.6374, email@example.com