The overwhelming majority of votes in Pennsylvania, where hundreds of thousands of ballots have not been counted, can be counted on Thursday, November 5 (November 6 Moscow time). This was announced by the state secretary of state Kathy Bukwar on the air of CNN.
According to her, the counting of the votes, which was suspended after the filing of a lawsuit by the headquarters of the current U.S. President Donald Trump to thoroughly check the voting process, has allegedly been resumed.
About 550 thousand ballots are still unchecked. Pukvar added that some of them could have been verified, but were not uploaded into the system.
Earlier Fox News reported that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned the lower court’s decision on Trump’s lawsuit to suspend the counting of votes, but then deleted the publication.