Will Pennsylvania Be Next State to Ban Straight-Ticket Voting?

Gov. Tom Wolf is weighing whether to sign SB 48, a GOP bill that would ban straight-ticket voting and give Donald Trump an edge in 2020. The ban is a longtime goal of Republican
National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel. In late 2015, Republicans
succeeded in banning straight-ticket voting in Michigan, spurring
litigation that lasted for a couple of years.

Trump Adviser Taped Discussing 'Aggressive' Voter Suppression in 2020

Clark can be heard on tape at the event saying, “Traditionally it’s
always been Republicans suppressing votes in places. Let’s start
protecting our voters. We know where they are. … Let’s start playing
offense a little bit. That’s what you’re going to see in 2020. It’s
going to be a much bigger program, a much more aggressive program, a
much better-funded program.”

Judge allows 309,000 voters to be purged from Georgia rolls

This week, a federal judge allowed the secretary of state’s office to
remove about 4 percent of registered voters from the rolls, a move
officials said was aimed at those who have recently died or left
Georgia. But there were also more than 120,000 people included in that
cull simply because they hadn’t voted since 2012 or responded to
mailings from the state, according to a lawsuit filed to halt the purge.