Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

The U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a lower federal court’s decision Tuesday allowing Pennsylvania counties to count undated mail-in ballots. 

The case originated in 2021 after Republican David Ritter and Democrat Zachary Cohen vied for a judgeship on the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas and their race came to a near tie. Cohen eventually netted a five-vote lead when the Philadelphia-based Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals resolved a dispute between the candidates about whether to count 257 absentee ballots. Those sheets were returned in envelopes on which the voter failed to write a date. 

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After the Third Circuit Court’s determination, Ritter conceded the election and Cohen took office as a county judge. The Supreme Court’s decision will not change that race’s outcome but it will direct the circuit court to reverse the presidential force of its June ruling, allowing undated absentee ballots to go uncounted in future Pennsylvania elections. 

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