FILE PHOTO: A voter and election workers wear protective masks on Election Day in South Philadelphia High School, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., November 3, 2020.
REUTERS/Rachel Wisniewski/File Photo(Reuters) - The Pennsylvania Supreme Court said on Wednesday it would take up an appeal by President Donald Trump’s campaign challenging thousands of mail-in votes cast in Philadelphia that were missing information on the return envelopes.
President-elect Joe Biden, the Democratic challenger, won Pennsylvania by a margin of around 82,000 votes, according to Edison Research.
A decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would likely impact ballots across the state, although the number was unclear.
In another Trump lawsuit, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled against the campaign on Tuesday and said Philadelphia officials acted reasonably in keeping Trump observers behind barricades and 15 feet (4.5 m) from counting tables.
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