Trump Campaign Granted Right to Observe Ballot Counting in PA

The appellate court in Pennsylvania on Thursday granted President Trump’s campaign the right to suspend ballot-counting until they can observe the ballot counters.

Trump campaign officials made the announcement during a press conference.

Campaign officials filed the lawsuit on Wednesday due to a lack of access and transparency over ballot counting.

The New York Post reports:

With the 2020 race tightening and Joe Biden leading in the Electoral College, Trump’s campaign filed a lawsuit in the Keystone State on Wednesday demanding vote counts be stopped until the campaign was given better access at polling sites.

Others, including President Trump, responded on social media.

President Trump called for all ballot counting to stop over alleged fraud concerns.

The Trump campaign also filed lawsuits in Michigan, Nevada and Georgia.

On Thursday, however, a Georgia judge dismissed the campaign’s lawsuit.

Fox2Now reports:

A judge in Georgia has dismissed a lawsuit by the state Republican Party and President Donald Trump’s campaign that asked him to ensure a coastal county was following state laws on processing absentee ballots.

As the fight for the battleground states continue, President Trump and his campaign continue to fight for transparency over the handling of ballot-counting and voter fraud concerns.