Pennsylvania Statutes Title 25 P.S. Elections & Electoral Districts § 2686. Driving away overseers;  effect

Election officers are required to afford to said overseers, so selected and appointed, every convenience and facility for the discharge of their duties.  If said election officers shall refuse to permit said overseers to be present and to perform their duties, as aforesaid, or if the overseers shall be driven away from the polls by violence or intimidation, all the votes polled in such election district may be rejected by the proper tribunal trying a contest of the said primary or election, or a part or portion of such votes aforesaid may be counted, as such tribunal may deem necessary to a just and proper disposition of the case.

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