The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that 2020 election mail-in ballots can be counted up to three days after the election as long as they are postmarked by Election Day.
The ruling was one of a number related to the election–and all of them benefit Democrats in the crucial battleground state. The court has a 5-2 majority of Democrat judges.
The Democrat-dominated court also voted to allow ballot drop boxes and and satellite election offices for collection of mail-in ballots, as well as upholding the poll watcher law that said poll watchers had to be registered voters in the county.
Finally, the court also decided to disallow the Green Party candidate from being on the ballot in Pennsylvania, claiming that the party didn’t follow procedures properly.
Given that Trump only won Pennsylvania by 44,000 votes in 2016, these arbitrary rule changes could make all the difference in 2020.
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