GOP Primary Senate Vote Count Tightens Days After Polls Close

Votes are still being counted even though the polls closed Tuesday night for the Pennsylvania Primary. At last check, just over 1100-votes separate Dr. Memhet Oz from Dave McCormick in the GOP primary race for the U-S Senate nomination. A printing error made thousands of mail-in ballots unreadable by scanning. So now they are being processed by hand. The mail-in votes have been counted in Lancaster County. It took workers about 48-hours to manually count about 22-thousand ballots. A recount is mandatory in Pennsylvania, if two candidates are separated by less than .5 percent.

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