Only when specifiedIt is a very meaningful distinction. mail-in elector and absentee elector are very distinct differences.THEY FALL UNDER THE SAME STATUTESFaun already answered that point.Why are you avoiding my analogy and continuing to talk about "supremacy" when there is no federally relevant law here? Dipshit
Terrible analogy, this is why they didn't allow you in the advanced class when you were a boy.
You've just thrown out all constitutional provisions, all we need to do is start relabeling things and it's all moot. lol
"we're now calling laws humdingers and all relevant constitutional provisions around law making are silent on the issue of humdingers so we'll do what we want"
Under PA law those are clearly absentee ballots, other states that might not be true. But the PA constitution is obscenely clear ont his issue.
Since mail-in voters are not absentee voters(z.6) The words "qualified mail-in elector" shall mean a qualified elector who is not a qualified absentee elector.
All it is is an absentee voter who doesn't meet whatever requirements. But they're still an absentee voter
The words "qualified mail-in elector" shall mean a qualified elector who is not a qualified absentee elector.
Literally how they define it, meaningless distinction legally.
That's what that means