Pennsylvania is continuing to count mail-in ballots three days after the general election. Under state law, however, officials were not allowed to process mail-in ballots before Election Day. Fetterman said the delay was expected and is a direct result of decisions by the Pennsylvania Republicans.

The Pennsylvania GOP "wouldn't concede as little as 24 hours extra just to pre-canvass -- to be clear, pre-canvassing is just opening up the envelopes and flattening out the ballots so they can be scanned -- but they refused to do even that," said Fetterman.

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