Cases September 9, 2022

Pennsylvania Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee v. Department of State —Voter Information (PA)

COMMONWEALTH COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA
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Summary

On March 11, 2022, the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee filed a petition to enforce a subpoena issued to the Department of State for the private information of millions of voters as part of its investigation into the 2020 election. The data requested includes the names, addresses, birth dates, driver’s license numbers, and partial Social Security numbers of every registered Pennsylvania voter. 

The petition was in response to a pending case filed by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, that has been consolidated with other cases filed by other parties, including Democratic legislators, private citizens, and the League of Women Voters, who also sought to block the subpoena.  

The States United Democracy Center is acting as pro bono counsel in this case along with Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius LLP, and is co-counsel with the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General. 

Latest Update

Oral Argument is set for September 12, 2022. 

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