Pennsylvania to Count Ballots That Arrive as Late as Friday – Even if Not Postmarked

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in September that ballots received days after Election Day should still be counted – even if they are not postmarked.

“Ballots received within this period that lack a postmark or other proof of mailing, or for which the postmark or other proof of mailing is illegible, should enjoy a presumption that they were mailed by Election Day,” the Court wrote in its opinion [Emphasis added].

The Secretary of State, Kathy Boockvar, recommended that votes received by the county boards of elections by November 6, 2020 should be counted. The PA Supreme Court granted that request.

President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani announced earlier today that he is on his way to Philadelphia with the rest of President Trump’s legal team to put up challenges to what they see as voter fraud in the state.

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