Election Day was November 2nd, but if you lived in Bucks County Pennsylvania and you thought you would know the winners by the end of the week, you were in for a disappointment. One week later the county was still trying to figure out which ballots to count and who won. Not surprisingly, some people sending mail-in ballots were unable to follow simple instructions. Also not surprisingly, the election board was still debating what to count – even in the case of unsigned ballots, which are clearly illegal under Pennsylvania law (eventually these ballots were rejected).
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