Foley: The Supreme Court ruling on ballot deadlines may be more of a reprieve for Democrats than a win

When the Supreme Court issued an order Monday allowing Pennsylvania voters another three days to return mail-in ballots, it looked like a win for Democrats in a state whose outcome could be critical to the presidential election. It might turn out to be more like a temporary reprieve. Pennsylvania requires that mail-in ballots be received by Election Day. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the difficulties presented by the pandemic required giving voters three extra days for their ballots to arrive, so long as the ballots are cast by Election Day. (Wash Post)

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