The presidential race in Pennsylvania remained too close to call on Nov. 4, despite President Trump falsely declaring victory in the state.
Early Wednesday afternoon, as officials worked round-the-clock, many of them earning $18 an hour. The presidency might be riding on Pennsylvania — possibly on Philadelphia County, its most populous, where Democrats outnumber Republicans by more than 6-to-1 — and the Trump campaign was filing lawsuits, including one to stop counting ballots received after Election Day. Read more: https://wapo.st/3mUGkwh.
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