Republicans in Pennsylvania and elsewhere have been questioning the 2020 election’s results. The latest came this week with state lawmakers issuing a release stating voter turnout on November third was lower than the total vote count. Election officials say the claims are based on incomplete data.
The 2020 election brought Pennsylvania renewed national attention as a battleground state, and was the place that both handed President-elect Joe Biden his electoral victory and delivered Republicans broad down-ballot victories.
With many of Pennsylvanian votes remaining to be counted, the commonwealth has yet to pick it’s presidential candidate.
When counties stopped tallying votes Tuesday night, they still had well over one and a half million uncounted mailed ballots on hand, plus tens or hundreds of thousands of votes anticipated from in-person results at polling places that hadn’t yet been reported as well as provisional ballots.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is trying to win over female voters in Pennsylvania as he seeks to unseat President Trump in November. WITF’s Julia Agos reports on the campaign’s efforts in the key swing state.