When Will States Finish Counting Presidential Votes?
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From the LeftTrump's call to halt vote counts is his most brazen swipe at democracy yet
President Donald Trump's demand for vote counting to stop in an election that is still undecided may have been his most extreme and dangerous assault on the institutions of democracy yet in a presidency replete with them.
Trump appeared in the East Room of the White House early on Wednesday morning to claim falsely that he had already beaten Democrat Joe Biden, and the election was being stolen from him in a massive act of fraud. He vowed to mount a challenge in the Supreme Court and declared that he...
From the Left'We'll Be Working 24 Hours': Vote Counting To Continue Through The Week
Election Day itself went off far more smoothly than many election officials would have predicted seven months ago, as the pandemic took hold in the middle of primary season.
But for months, those officials warned that the expected influx of mail-in votes this year could mean a longer wait before the winner of the presidency was known.
As Nov. 3 turned into Nov. 4, it became clear that's exactly what was happening.
Voting administrators worked into and through the wee hours in swing states like Pennsylvania and Michigan. Officials in...
From the RightWhen will Pennsylvania count mail-in ballots?
Pennsylvania voters shouldn’t look forward to election results anytime soon, with even an unofficial tally for the swing state likely off the table until Friday, according to local election officials.
Due to a crush of mail-in ballots — which, thanks to a Supreme Court ruling, can be counted up to three days after Election Day — the fate of the state’s potentially crucial 20 electoral votes will remain up in the air for some time.
Because mail-in voters predominantly skew Democratic, early returns could potentially give false hope to President...
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