Supreme Court Allows 3-Day Extension for Mail-In Ballots in Pennsylvania

The U.S Supreme Court on Monday allowed Pennsylvania to keep in place an extended deadline for mail-in ballots. The justices were divided 4-4 over a bid by state Republicans to overturn a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that had allowed mail-in ballots to be received and counted until Nov. 6—three days after the Nov. 3 election even if they don't have a postmark. The 4-4 outcome on the Supreme Court, which has one vacancy after the passing of Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, means the lower court ruling in favor of state Democrats stays in place. Top leaders in Pennsylvania’s Republican Senate and the Republican Party in PennsylvaRead More From Source

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