“What to know about Pennsylvania’s election recount rules”

For those that are curious, this short synopsis in the Philadelphia Inquirer is helpful.

“Pennsylvania election law requires an automatic recount if the difference between the top two candidates for a statewide office is 0.5% of the vote or less. . . . The recount must be scheduled to be held by the third Wednesday following election day, which in this case would be June 1. . . . The second-place candidate can decline a recount.”

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