Supreme Court rejects GOP bid because of expanded mail ballot in Pennsylvania


The Supreme Court on Monday upheld a major mail-in ballot in Pennsylvania, handing Republicans a major defeat.

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Pennsylvania Republicans and top officials of the state’s GOP-held legislature asked jurors to review the state’s Supreme Court ruling requiring election officials to accept ballots posted by Election Day, unless they Does not come within three days.

The ruling was seen as a victory for the Democrats on the main battlefield – which President TrumpDonald John Trumpapolis says man Trump Tower is swinging from Chicago, seeking to speak with Trump Fossey, says he was’ surprised ‘Trump didn’t get coronovirus after Rose Garden event Biden: Trump’ Lying to us about coronovirus Biden won by just over 44,000 votes in 2016 – since Biden voters are considered more likely than Trump supporters to vote by mail in November.

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