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On Tuesday, Tom Wolf apologized for his “honest mistake” in asking his wife to deliver his mail-in ballot for the November election.

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Wolf apologized in a morning interview on the same KDKA radio show where he admitted to breaking an election law two weeks ago.

“Please accept my apologies.

It was done by me.

“It was a genuine blunder,” Wolf explained.

“However, it was.”

I suppose ignorance of the law isn’t an excuse, but I’m sorry, I’m sorry.”

Wolf admitted that he asked his wife, Frances, to abstain from voting.

“I was the one who came up with the concept.”

He explained, “She said I’m going in.”

“I asked if you could take my bag.”

In most cases, election law in Pennsylvania prohibits anyone but the voter from delivering a completed mail-in or absentee ballot.

If a voter with a disability designates a representative to deliver their ballot on their behalf, or if a voter authorizes another person to return an emergency absentee ballot, there are exceptions.

Violations of this law can result in a year in prison, a fine of up to (dollar)1,000, or both.

The York County District Attorney’s Office’s spokesman, Kyle King, said on Tuesday that the office does not comment on the existence of an investigation.

He also refused to say whether the governor’s vote had been criticized.

During the radio interview, Wolf didn’t hesitate to admit his mistake.

“Hey, I just want to confess that this isn’t the first time I’ve made a mistake in my life, and it won’t be the last,” he said.

I’m fairly certain.”

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