The Allegheny County Board Of Elections has decided to allow over 2,000 ballots to be counted in the election even though they were not properly dated.
To make matters worse, there have been an additional 17,000 provisional ballots uncovered a week after the election. They are being processed right now.
“We have to determine, number one, if they were registered. Number two, if the precinct they voted in is the right precinct. Number three, if they applied for an absentee or mail-in ballot, that it’s already been returned,” said David Voye, the Allegheny County Elections Division manager.
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