US Elections: Supreme Court orders postal votes to be split in Pennsylvania
The US Supreme Court ruled on Friday (6) that all ballots sent by post and arriving after Election Day on the last 3, should be counted separately from other votes in the state of Pennsylvania. The information is from the NY Times.
The decision follows a request from the Republican party, the candidate for re-election, Donald Trump, who has been claiming, without proof, that Democratic party, candidate Joe Biden, has tried to steal the elections.
According to the report, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, Kathy Boockvar, had previously ordered vote-counting officials to separate these ballots, but she was not sure if everyone was doing so.
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