Republican David McCormick just scored a legal victory.
A judge has ruled that counties must count ballots that arrived by mail in undated envelopes in the primary race for a Pennsylvania Senate seat.
The ruling was made by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court after McCormick filed a lawsuit saying the ballots should be counted.
McCormick is locked in a heated race against television’s Mehmet Oz.
Oz currently leads McCormick by fewer than 1,000 votes following the May 17 primary.
An official winner has not yet been declared, and the counting of the envelopes is sure to benefit McCormick, who has been performing much better than Oz when it comes to the mail-in vote.
Despite the race not being decided, Oz has been declaring himself the winner.
He must have learned that from his friend Donald Trump, who endorsed Oz in the race.
It's time to unite. I want to hear your ideas and make this country’s future as bright as it has ever been. With more freedom, less big government, and by empowering our people, America’s light will shine brighter than ever. pic.twitter.com/yWK5VhCk8P
— Dr. Mehmet Oz (@DrOz) May 27, 2022
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