The Philadelphia Inquirer reports:
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Republican monitors observing vote counting in Philadelphia were given sufficient access under state law to view the proceedings.
In a 5-2 decision, the court overturned a lower court decision that ordered monitors with President Donald Trump’s campaign be allowed within six feet of tables where ballots were being tallied.
In its opinion, the Supreme Court found that the Philadelphia Board of Elections complied with requirements for observer access from the moment the first votes were counted.
🚨BREAKING: Trump and his allies have just lost their 25th court case. This time in the PA Supreme Court.
They are now 1-25.
More details soon…
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) November 17, 2020
Big: Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules that GOP observers had the required amount of access to vote counting, rejecting claims from the Trump campaign. https://t.co/J1aWvdARYU
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) November 17, 2020