On Friday evening, the US Supreme Court made a huge decision in Pennsylvania, ruling that ballots in state received after election day must be separated from the ballots received before election day.
“The Supreme Court on Friday ordered Pennsylvania election boards to segregate mail ballots that arrived after Election Day and count them separately from the state’s overall vote tally, leaving open the possibility that the justices could exclude the late-arriving ballots in a subsequent ruling,” the Hill reported.
Read more below:
New US Supreme Court order:
All Pennsylvania ballots received after 8pm on November 3 must be:
(1) segregated and kept separate from other ballots; and
(2) counted separately from timely ballots.
Those numbers should be revealing… pic.twitter.com/JiKoWeMdiN
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) November 7, 2020
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