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There's no voter intimidation intended. Noooooooo

http://www.wnd.com/2012/09/new-black-pan...ths-again/

What's PAs CCW policy at voting centers? NBPP open carries......
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(09-16-2012, 08:12 PM)Spacemanvic Wrote: There's no voter intimidation intended. Noooooooo

http://www.wnd.com/2012/09/new-black-pan...ths-again/

What's PAs CCW policy at voting centers? NBPP open carries......


There is no law specifically against carrying openly or concealed at voting locations in Pa.
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(09-16-2012, 08:17 PM)ByblosHex Wrote:
(09-16-2012, 08:12 PM)Spacemanvic Wrote: There's no voter intimidation intended. Noooooooo

http://www.wnd.com/2012/09/new-black-pan...ths-again/

What's PAs CCW policy at voting centers? NBPP open carries......


There is no law specifically against carrying openly or concealed at voting locations in Pa.
Good to know.
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All of our voting is done at schools so no carrying there.
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(09-16-2012, 08:23 PM)Spacemanvic Wrote:
(09-16-2012, 08:17 PM)ByblosHex Wrote:
(09-16-2012, 08:12 PM)Spacemanvic Wrote: There's no voter intimidation intended. Noooooooo

http://www.wnd.com/2012/09/new-black-pan...ths-again/

What's PAs CCW policy at voting centers? NBPP open carries......


There is no law specifically against carrying openly or concealed at voting locations in Pa.
Good to know.


In Pa it is illegal to possess firearms at schools without lawful purpose and it can be argued that voting is lawful purpose (among other possible lawful purposes which have been successful won in court) but you'd still have to contend with a possible arrest in the case of a voting location located on school property. Outside of schools though, there's nothing in particular about voting locations. Then again, the law related to carrying on school property isn't specifically related to voting places, just schools in general.
"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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NEW BLACK PAMPERS?!?!?

Meh... just carry some Lysol in your holster and you'll be fine... Rolleyes


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(09-16-2012, 08:25 PM)ByblosHex Wrote:
(09-16-2012, 08:23 PM)Spacemanvic Wrote:
(09-16-2012, 08:17 PM)ByblosHex Wrote: There is no law specifically against carrying openly or concealed at voting locations in Pa.
Good to know.


In Pa it is illegal to possess firearms at schools without lawful purpose and it can be argued that voting is lawful purpose (among other possible lawful purposes which have been successful won in court) but you'd still have to contend with a possible arrest in the case of a voting location located on school property. Outside of schools though, there's nothing in particular about voting locations. Then again, the law related to carrying on school property isn't specifically related to voting places, just schools in general.


You may find this (two year old) article about that interesting:

http://lancasteronline.com/article/local...laces.html

which in part says ...


Quote:The gun issue arose after a state bureau muddied the question of where guns may be carried on voting day by recommending in a Sept. 15 memo that counties could get involved in making that decision.

The Department of State's Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation at first suggested that county election boards could prohibit firearms in polling places by resolution.

A week before last Tuesday's election, Mary Stehman, chief clerk of the elections board, offered such a resolution to the county commissioners, who also serve on the election board.

The commissioners rejected the idea, noting that regulation of firearms is not a county issue.

After examining state gun laws, Stehman agreed with the commissioners and withdrew her request.

Then, belatedly, the Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation acknowledged that counties cannot "clarify" a state law.

"State law prohibits firearms on school property and court facilities," the bureau wrote in an Oct. 29 memo. "Therefore, if either of these locations serves as polling places, firearms are not permitted in those polls."



Read more: http://lancasteronline.com/article/local...z26gkM8KF2
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#8
I would have been in trouble if I voted at that station in 2008 because I would have shown that boy where he could put that night stick.

I have nothing against black people. I hate people like Obama ( half of him), and these kinds of people.

When I was in college the black panthers had a protest in Birmingham, Alabama. I covered part of it for the school paper. They were walking on American flags and talking about black power. I said everytime they said that "blacks need to take a shower". I had a friend who was black with me who said he should have been offended but thought it was funny. I told him why be offended. He is nothing like them. He said good point.

I then said to one of them if they hate america so much why dont they encourage all their "brothers and sisters" to return all the wic, food stamps, welfare, setion 8 houseing and so forth that helps sustain a majority of angry black men and women. SUffice to say the cops broke up what almost was a fight. A couple buddies thought I was nuts, but I informed them that people like these are like dogs. They only attack in packs and will attack if they smell fear.
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(09-16-2012, 10:03 PM)soberbyker Wrote:
(09-16-2012, 08:25 PM)ByblosHex Wrote:
(09-16-2012, 08:23 PM)Spacemanvic Wrote: Good to know.


In Pa it is illegal to possess firearms at schools without lawful purpose and it can be argued that voting is lawful purpose (among other possible lawful purposes which have been successful won in court) but you'd still have to contend with a possible arrest in the case of a voting location located on school property. Outside of schools though, there's nothing in particular about voting locations. Then again, the law related to carrying on school property isn't specifically related to voting places, just schools in general.


You may find this (two year old) article about that interesting:

http://lancasteronline.com/article/local...laces.html

which in part says ...


Quote:The gun issue arose after a state bureau muddied the question of where guns may be carried on voting day by recommending in a Sept. 15 memo that counties could get involved in making that decision.

The Department of State's Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation at first suggested that county election boards could prohibit firearms in polling places by resolution.

A week before last Tuesday's election, Mary Stehman, chief clerk of the elections board, offered such a resolution to the county commissioners, who also serve on the election board.

The commissioners rejected the idea, noting that regulation of firearms is not a county issue.

After examining state gun laws, Stehman agreed with the commissioners and withdrew her request.

Then, belatedly, the Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation acknowledged that counties cannot "clarify" a state law.

"State law prohibits firearms on school property and court facilities," the bureau wrote in an Oct. 29 memo. "Therefore, if either of these locations serves as polling places, firearms are not permitted in those polls."



Read more: http://lancasteronline.com/article/local...z26gkM8KF2


It is interesting see them make those statements. Fortunately, like counties, the Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation cannot clarify State law either. That's for the courts to decide, and in past cases they have decided that 'other lawful purpose' includes self defense at least. I don't have any fancy internet links to provide, for substantiation see GunLawye'rs remarks on the other forum regarding his successful use of the other lawful purpose defense. Unfortunately it never made it to a high enough court to be considered State Law, but it's a lot more official than some article's quotations of a member of the Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation.
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(09-16-2012, 10:15 PM)ByblosHex Wrote: It is interesting see them make those statements. Fortunately, like counties, the Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation cannot clarify State law either. That's for the courts to decide, and in past cases they have decided that 'other lawful purpose' includes self defense at least. I don't have any fancy internet links to provide, for substantiation see GunLawye'rs remarks on the other forum regarding his successful use of the other lawful purpose defense. Unfortunately it never made it to a high enough court to be considered State Law, but it's a lot more official than some article's quotations of a member of the Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation.


I only offered the article as food for thought, not fact, and nothing fancy. My personal feeling is that I wouldn't chance being a test case for "other lawful purpose" if my polling place was in a school or courthouse. Fortunately for me, my polling place is in neither and I carry all the time when I vote, albeit CC which is my everyday method of carry anyway.
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