Another high-profile vote count in Pa., but Republicans aren’t objecting this time
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PHILADELPHIA — Another nationally watched campaign is coming down to a painstaking vote count in Pennsylvania. But this time, there are some key differences. Neither of the Republicans in the Pennsylvania Senate primary are decrying the vote count, or the mail ballots involved, as fraudulent, a sharp contrast to the way former President Donald Trump and his allies smeared the process in 2020 with a string of lies and unfounded claims (votes shipped in from Camden!). Facing the same process and the same election system, Senate candidates David McCormick and Mehmet Oz are mostly quietly waiting ...