Pennsylvania voters will continue to have access to ballot drop boxes for mail-in voting during this hotly contested general election season thanks in large part to the work of litigators from Kirkland & Ellis and Myers Brier & Kelly.

Led by Kirkland partners Dan Donovan and Michael Glick and MBK name partner Dan Brier, the joint team represented Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar in fast-moving litigation in state and federal court challenging steps taken by Pennsylvania election officials to encourage voter enfranchisement. The Trump campaign in particular took aim at the drop boxes, introduced in many Pennsylvania counties for the first time during the June 2020 primary, as a target for potential voter fraud.

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