Pennsylvania launches online application for mail-in ballots



HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania is launching the website where voters for the first time can request the newly legalized mail-in ballots ahead of the state's April 28 primary election. Beginning Tuesday, someone applying online must supply a driver's license number or an identification card number from a card issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, as well as their name, address, phone number and email address. The mail-in ballots, part of an election reform law signed in October by Gov. Tom Wolf, now allow all voters to vote by mail for any reason, unless they qualify for an absentee ballot. 

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