Only 10,000 Pa. mail ballots arrived after Election Day — far too few to change the result if they're thrown out
Voter Looks Over Ballot (AFP)

PHILADELPHIA — The vote counting continues.Even after races are called, even after the world’s eyes turn from Pennsylvania, workers are continuing to count ballots.Many of the remaining ballots are the slowest or most difficult to count because they have various issues that require elections officials to review them more closely. Others, such as provisional ballots, require checking voters’ eligibility and manually checking whether they had already voted.While there are tens of thousands of remaining votes — including about 10,000 that arrived during a three-day post-Election Day grace period ...


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