What’s going on with Allegheny County?

    A tweet from a New York Times reporter went viral that noted that Allegheny County, in western Pennsylvania, was not counting 35,000 remaining mail-in ballots Thursday, and was waiting until Friday to process them.

    While correct, the tweet is also out of context. Most of those ballots — 29,000 of them — were resent to voters late because a vendor error meant their ballots had the wrong races on them.

    Chris Potter, of the local NPR affiliate, WESA-FM, explained the error here: