Pennsylvania high court rules ballots with mismatched signatures can't be rejected
Saturday, 24 October 2020 The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday that mail ballots and applications can't be challenged or rejected for signatures mismatches. Nicole Ford of CBS Pittsburgh report.
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