Donald Trump poll observers use Binoculars in Philadelphia
President Donald Trump and his campaign had alleged in its federal suit that its poll watchers weren't permitted to observe vote counting in Philadelphia.
Thursday afternoon by the Trump campaign was resolved this evening when the campaign and Pennsylvania election officials agreed before a judge that Democratic and Republican poll watchers would have equal access to the ballot-counting operations in the battleground state.
Earlier in the day, a state judge had ruled in favor of the Trump campaign, which had said one of its lawyers couldn't view the writing on ballots in Philadelphia on Election Day.
The judge ordered that poll observers be permitted as long as they complied with social distancing and wore masks. Election officials have said they acted properly and asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to hear its appeal of that case.