Allegheny County Appeals, Asks Pa. Supreme Court To Allow 250 Votes To Be Counted After Lower Court Disqualifies BallotsAllegheny County officials are appealing the decision of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania to not count approximately 250 ballots from voters who voted provisionally on Election Day but failed to properly sign the outer envelope's two signature lines.
State Senate Race Between Democrat Jim Brewster GOP Challenger Nicole Ziccarelli TiedThe race between two candidates in our area for the state Senate is now a tie.
Allegheny County Judge Rules Certain Mail-In Ballots Without Declaration Dates May Be Counted, But State Supreme Court Will DecideAn Allegheny County judge ruled on Wednesday that 2,349 mail-in ballots can be counted because they were received by Election Day even though the voters failed to date the outside envelope of their ballot.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Takes Up Trump Challenge To 8K Philadelphia VotesPennsylvania’s state Supreme Court said Wednesday that it will take up challenges to more than 8,000 ballots in Philadelphia filed by President Donald Trump’s campaign, among the lawsuits launched by the Republican and his allies amid President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state.
Pa. Supreme Court Rejects President Trump's Claim About Lack Of Access To Philadelphia Vote CountThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected the Trump campaign’s claim that Philadelphia did not offer meaningful access to the vote count.
Allegheny County Election Workers Counting Mail-In And Absentee Ballots FridayOn Friday workers in Allegheny County were counting mail-in and absentee ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Nov. 6.
Federal Court In Pa. Rejects Effort To Block Late-Arriving Ballots Postmarked By Election DayA federal appeals court in Philadelphia on Friday rejected an effort led by a Republican congressional candidate to block about 9,300 ballots that arrived after Election Day.
Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro: 'We've Seen Absolutely No Evidence' Of Voter FraudPennsylvania’s highest-ranking law enforcement official said Thursday that more than a week after Election Day he still has not seen any indication there was widespread voter fraud.
Judge Bars Pennsylvania State Secretary From Extending Deadline To 'Cure' Certain Mail-In BallotsA commonwealth court judge barred Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar from extending the deadline by three days to have more time to "cure" certain mail-in ballots.
Black Political Empowerment Project Joins Court Fight Over ElectionA local civil rights organization has joined in the legal fight over the 2020 election.
Threat Of Lawsuits Looms As Pennsylvania’s Vote Count ContinuesThe threat of more election-related lawsuits loomed as vote counting ground on Monday in Pennsylvania, nearly a week after the presidential election, as counties continued to sort through provisional ballots and late-arriving mail-in ballots.
Election Litigation: Can The Lawsuits Surrounding The 2020 Election Slow Down The Outcome?As the Trump Campaign continues to file lawsuits in Pennsylvania and across the country, many are wondering if it will delay the outcome of the election.
Westmoreland County Finishes Counting In-Person Votes; A Couple Thousand Mail-In Ballots RemainOn Election Day day three in Westmoreland County, the in-person votes are all counted but as Thursday began there was more work to do with the mail-in ballots.
Court Order Keeps Allegheny County From Processing About 29K Ballots Until Friday, County Executive Fitzgerald SaysAllegheny County leaders explained Thursday why there are tens of thousands ballots they're not counting until Friday.
Allegheny County Election Staff Finishes Counting Most Mail-In BallotsWednesday night, the Allegheny County Elections Division finished tallying most of its mail-in ballots.