The U.S. Supreme Court has deadlocked on whether to stay the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s high-profile decision last month that allowed the use of mail-in drop boxes and extended deadlines for receiving mail-in and absentee ballots in the November presidential election.

The deadlock by the high court means that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s ruling, which has significant ramifications in shaping the election for the battleground state, will stand.

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