Pennsylvania Citizens Request Numerous Precinct Election Recounts

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In Pennsylvania, citizens in some counties are asking for recounts of election results. Some want an explanation for why just 37 minutes after polls closed on election night, the Department of State website reported that the results of the governor’s race had 4.2 million more mail-in ballots cast than the number of registered voters in Pennsylvania.

Others are requesting a recount based on problems they experienced at the polls and want confirmation that their vote has been counted.

Now is the time to make a recount request. Once a county’s Board of Elections finishes the computational canvassing, which is required before election certification, a five-day window for citizens to file a petition for a recount opens.

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