Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2020-11-20 06:51:07 –
Pittsburgh (KDKA) – One of the last holdout races in the 2020 elections has just gotten tough. Nicole Ziccarelli and Jim Bruster are tied.
The race is currently undergoing a legal battle. The immediate question is whether some mail votes need to be counted due to the missing date on the tax return envelope.
The two candidates, Democrat Brewster and Republican challenger Ziccarelli, are tied. Brewster has about. With a lead of 6,100 votes in Allegheny County, Ziccarelli has the same lead in Westmoreland County.
According to Post Gazette partners, federal court has decided that more than 2,300 votes should not be counted. They were submitted by election date, but did not have a printed date.
The Allegheny County Election Commission and Allegheny County Judges have determined that they can be counted. Ziccarelli has appealed these decisions to federal court.
According to the Post Gazette report, the judge states that the court is to give voters rights, but in this case the law is clear and the rights are that people do not send ballots in accordance with the law. I cannot escape.
According to the PG, Ziccarelli also called on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to take steps as well.
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