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taroudant press : Biden consolidates his superiority in Pennsylvania ... and the late cards cause a crisis

taroudant press : Biden consolidates his superiority in Pennsylvania ... and the late cards cause a crisis

 

taroudant press : Biden consolidates his superiority in Pennsylvania ... and the late cards cause a crisis

Democratic candidate Joe Biden is still clinging to his lead in the crucial state of Pennsylvania at the expense of President Donald Trump, in the US presidential election.


According to the Edison Research Center, Biden, who overturned late in the state, won 49.5 percent of the vote, compared to 49.2 percent for Trump, after 96 percent of the votes were counted, with the vote difference rising to more than 19,500 votes for the former vice president.


On the other hand, the Republican Party in the state submitted a request to the Supreme Court, Friday, to stop counting the ballot papers that arrived late, coinciding with Biden's lead.


Biden will win the race to the White House if the Pennsylvania state results in his favor.


And the Republican Party requested in its petition, the issuance of an urgent judicial decision to stop the delivery of thousands of ballot papers received by mail after Election Day, which is thought to be in Biden's favor.


The petition requests the court to direct an order to Pennsylvania election officials to disqualify the ballot papers received after Tuesday and not be counted.

The petition stated that the Republican Party could ask the court to reconsider a pre-election appeal over the state government's decision to accept late-arrival ballots.

The petition stated, 'Given the results of the universal suffrage on November 3, the vote in Pennsylvania may determine the identity of the next president of the United States.'


He added: 'It is not clear if all the election boards in the 67 districts isolate the ballot papers that arrived late.'


Republicans fought for months against the state’s decision to accept ballot papers through the mail stamped on November 3, and arrive no later than 3 days from Election Day, meaning Friday.


The state's Supreme Court considered the decision to be lawful, but the ruling has been appealed in the federal courts to the Supreme Court.


The Federal Supreme Court refused to accept the case on October 19, and the court was missing a member at the time, and there were 8 judges who were evenly divided between conservatives and liberals.

But the US Supreme Court said at the time that it could accept the case after the elections, and it currently has 9 members after Trump appointed Conservative Judge Amy Connie Barrett at the end of October.


The Republican petition did not provide any evidence that the ballot papers in question were not currently being separated, but indicated that in the absence of interference from the Supreme Court, the specialized state authorities could change the directives given to the election boards of the 67 counties.


If the court accepts the case, it can nullify the results of the ballot count received after Election Day.


However, this may not change anything in the election results, as it is possible that the number of papers involved will be fewer than Biden's vote for Trump.

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