Report: Federal judge in Philly shoots down GOP lawsuit to toss ‘cured’ ballots
John Kruzel, of The Hill, reports:
🚨⚖️BREAKING: Fed judge in PENNSYLVANIA denies GOP effort to toss ballots that initially contained errors that were later corrected (or "cured") pic.twitter.com/Hxo1sbSknY
— John Kruzel (@johnkruzel) November 6, 2020
In a separate action Friday, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge ordered that provisional ballots cast on Election Day ton fix errors in mail-in ballots be set aside for further review, LehighValley Live reported. The ruling by Judge Kevin Brobson was in response to a lawsuit filed by two Republican candidates, the online news site reported.
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