Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses GOP appeal to count undated ballots

Posted on AllSides June 11th, 2022
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed a Republican's appeal to count undated ballots in the state's Senate primary race.

The court rejected Pennsylvania Senate candidate David McCormick's lawsuit against Pennsylvania election officials arguing that the undated mail-in ballots should be counted in his primary race against Dr. Mehmet Oz, meaning the disputed ballots will not be counted. The court also denied a Republican motion to vacate a lower court decision made on June 2 denying McCormick's application without prejudice.
On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to block a lower court decision that allowed the counting of undated ballots in a...

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