Five months after the state's narrow and bitterly contested presidential race, it's clear no changes will be enacted in time for Pennsylvania's spring primary election.
A Delaware County man who supports President Donald Trump is facing charges of unlawful voting and perjury, after authorities say he illegally voted on behalf of his deceased mother in the November election.
“They have failed to allege that even a single mail-in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted,” one judge wrote.
Trump's lawyers vowed to appeal to the US Supreme Court.
The Pennsylvania Department of State certified the results Tuesday morning, and Gov. Tom Wolf sent the certification to the national archives.
Monday was the deadline for county officials to report election results to the state. Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar must then tabulate, compute and canvass votes for all races.
The Trump campaign is asking for an expedited appeal hearing, in an attempt to overturn a lower court ruling before the state certifies election results.