Judge orders Pennsylvania officials to stop certification of state election results
The order was made by Commonwealth Judge Patricia McCullough
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A judge on Wednesday ordered Pennsylvania officials not to certify the results of the 2020 election until a court holds a hearing Friday on the matter.
The order was made by Commonwealth Judge Patricia McCullough, according to the Epoch Times. Pennsylvania announced on Tuesday that officials had completed the certification of the presidential race. The judge's decision also blocks the certification of all the other election results.
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