The Pennsylvania G.O.P. makes another filing to the Supreme Court on the handling of mailed ballots.

first_imgThe Pennsylvania Republican Party asked the Supreme Court on Friday to order state election officials to separate mailed ballots that arrived after Election Day from other mailed ballots.The party’s emergency application acknowledged that Pennsylvania’s secretary of state had already ordered county election officials to do so, but it said it could not be sure that the officials had all complied.- Advertisement – The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that ballots sent before Election Day can be counted if they arrive up to three days after Nov. 3. On two occasions, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene in the case, though several justices expressed doubts about the state court’s power to override the State Legislature, which had set an Election Day deadline for receiving mailed ballots.The party’s emergency application seemed to be taking a belt-and-suspenders approach.“If county election boards count and do not segregate late-arriving ballots,” the new filing said, “it could become impossible for this court to repair election results tainted by illegally and untimely cast or mailed ballots.” – Advertisement – If Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic candidate, maintains his lead in Pennsylvania without the late-arriving ballots then the question would become academic. – Advertisement –last_img read more

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What Position BiH is on according to Export of Football Players?

first_imgBrazil is the biggest exporter of football players and Bosnia and Herzegovina is on the high 16th place, stated the International Center for Sports Studies (CIES).The study included 31 European leagues and Brazilians are leading with 469 players. Following are French (312), Spaniards (201), Serbians (189), Argentinians (168), Germans (149), Croatians (141), Dutch (134), Portuguese (130), Nigerians (118), and English (105) and Swedish (101).Bosnia and Herzegovina has 80 players who play outside of their homeland. Countries with the least international players are Scotland and Israel (18), stated the CIES.While conducting the analysis, CIES took into consideration the birthplace of players, so there are only five players from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the leagues of five, although that is not entirely accurate data.France has the most players in five strongest European leagues, and it is followed by Brazil and Argentina.(Source: read more