UPDATED: Bill ending three-day grace period for mail ballots hits snag in Senate


(Updated to reflect final action)

A proposal that would end the three-day grace period for mail-in ballots hit a snag in the Senate late Thursday night after passing the House earlier in the evening.

The House voted 73-48 to approve a bill that ends a 2017 law allowing ballots postmarked on or before Election Day to be accepted for three days after the election.

The proposal, however, offsets the ending of the . . .


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