A car allegedly crashed into a pole, causing a power outage at the Erie County Courthouse.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

ERIE, Pa. (KDKA) – According to a report, a power outage at the Erie County Courthouse has caused a delay in the scanning of mail-in ballots.

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Erie News Now reports that the power outage was allegedly caused by a car hitting a utility pole in the city.

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While tallying of the votes cannot legally begin until after 8:00 p.m., 33,000 ballots have been received at the courthouse.

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