Whether Pennsylvania law prohibited the Philadelphia County Board of Elections from counting 8,329 absentee and mail-in ballots containing technical defects such as a missing date next to a signature, a missing printed name of the voter, and a missing street address for the voter
Whether defendants should be required to conduct an independent and non-partisan audit of the integrity of the election in Detroit due to alleged violations of Michigan statutory and constitutional law
Whether defendants unlawfully prevented plaintiff's observers from having meaningful access to the pre-canvass and canvass, whether defendants improperly permitted mail-in ballots to be cured, and whether the alleged acts should prevent the Pennsylvania Secretary of State from certifying election results that include tabulation of ballots affected by these acts
Whether instructions sent by Pennsylvania's Secretary of State to county election officials about providing information to party and candidate representatives during the pre-canvass of voters whose ballots were rejected violated Pennsylvania law
U.S. Supreme Court (20-845) - This page includes U.S. Supreme Court documents for the related cases of In Re: 2,349 Ballots in the 2020 General Election; In Re: Canvass of Absentee and Mail-In Ballots; and In Re: November 3, 2020 General Election
Whether the Philadelphia County Board of Elections provided meaningful access to the ballot canvassing process to political party observers
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