Supreme Court puts counting of challenged Pennsylvania ballots on hold

Posted on AllSides June 1st, 2022
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The Supreme Court on Tuesday paused the counting of some mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania in a dispute that could affect the GOP primary contest for the state’s open U.S. Senate seat.

The order temporarily blocked a lower court ruling that instructed election officials in the Keystone State to count mail-in ballots that arrived on time but lacked a handwritten date. 

The dispute at issue, which concerns a contested 2021 judicial election, could have a broader impact on Pennsylvania’s Senate GOP primary between celebrity surgeon Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund manager Dave...

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