US Supreme Court docket on mail-in votes

Washington, November 7

The US Supreme Court (SC) has asked elections officials in Pennsylvania to segregate and secure the mail-in ballots received after 8 pm on Election Day. If required, those ballots be counted separately, Supreme Court Justice Samuel A Alito Jr said in his order on Friday night, acting on a petition filed by the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Republican party.

The Trump campaign has alleged that a significant number of mail-in ballots arrived after the 8 pm deadline of closing of polls on November 3. Trump has demanded that these ballots not be counted, but Biden supporters want every vote to be considered. — PTI

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