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Pennsylvania’s GOP Senate Primary Too Close To Call As Counting Snafus Mount

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As problems mount with ballot counting and other election glitches, a recount in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate primary appears imminent for Republican candidates Mehmet Oz and David McCormick, who both received at least 31 percent of the state’s votes on Tuesday.

As of Wednesday morning, the race between former President Donald Trump’s pick, Oz, and former George W. Bush administration official, McCormick, was too close to call. Both candidates, who beat out a long list of contenders including underdog candidate Kathy Barnette, indicated disappointment on Tuesday night that election results were not yet finalized but also expressed optimism that a victory is near.

“So, we’re not going to have a result tonight. When all the........

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