Superior Court Race Remains Uncalled Calling For Questions — Here it is two days after the election and the Pennsylvania Superior Court race remains uncalled with Republican Megan King at 1,237,170 votes about 30,000 votes ahead of third place Democrat Amanda Green-Hawkins. In first place is Democrat Daniel D. Mccaffery at 1,245,052 votes.
Two seats with 10-year terms are up for election on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state.
As per the Pennsylvania Department of State’s website 99.19 percent of the vote has been counted, which has remained unchanged since at least early this morning. Seventy of the 74 districts with tallies still out are in Philadelphia.
S0mething stinks especially considering this report of massive voting malfunctions in York County.
If only Pennsylvania allowed for statewide certification for poll watchers.
Update: We have been told that more of the missing Philly precinct counts will be added at 2 p.m. and between 5 and 5:30 p.m.