Late-arriving Pennsylvania tallies not expected to ‘make or break’ election, Pa. Secretary of State states

 Late-arriving Pennsylvania tallies not expected to ‘make or break’ election, Pa. Secretary of State states

, York Daily Record Updated 5: 48 p.m. ET Nov. 5, 2020

YORK, Pa.– Mail tallies that get here in Pennsylvania election offices approximately three days after the election are not expected to change the outcomes of the election, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said Thursday.

Some smaller counties reported receiving absolutely no tallies, and some bigger ones have gotten about 500 the day after Election Day. That’s few, Boockvar stated.

Under the three-day extension, which was being challenged in court, mail ballots with the Nov. 3 postmarked can show up in local election offices up until 5 p.m. EST Friday. President Donald Trump’s campaign has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene. Those ballots are being segregated.

” Unless it’s very close, I don’t see them making or breaking this one way or another,” Boockvar said during an interview on CNN.

Boockvar also stated most of votes in Pennsylvania are expected to be counted today and a winner might be called Thursday. In the past, she had actually shown she anticipated most of the counting to be ended up by Friday.

” It’s appearing like we’re ahead of schedule,” she stated.

She said about 550,000 tallies that are still in the pro

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