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Postal Service warns some mail-in votes may not be counted in Pennsylvania

CBS News Friday, 14 August 2020
The delays could present an "overwhelming, statewide risk of disenfranchisement," according to the Pennsylvania State Department.
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This comes as President Donald Trump said he is withholding funding for the Postal Service to stop universal mail-in voting.

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