Oz’s lead has been reduced by more than half since yesterday, and he now holds a razor-thin 1,080-vote edge over McCormick, per the New York Times’ most recent update.
Between outstanding mail-in ballots and election day ballots, the McCormick campaign said it is “quite confident” McCormick would pull ahead of Oz in the coming days.
“We feel quite confident … when every vote that’s been cast is counted that David McCormick is going to be the Republican nominee for the United States Senate in Pennsylvania,” a senior official from the McCormick campaign said. “And that’s why we’re as bullish as we are.”
An estimated 8,700 Republican mail-in ballots remained uncounted as of early Thursday evening, according to Politico, which cited the Pennsylvania Department of State.
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