The suit, initially filed on Nov. 9, accused seven Pennsylvania counties of creating a "two-tiered voting system" that undercut voters who chose to appear at the polls and vote in-person.
Ahead of a hearing on Tuesday, however, the Trump campaign withdrew allegations that more than 680,000 mail-in and absentee votes in Philadelphia and Allegheny counties were processed without proper observance by political parties and candidates.
The amended lawsuit maintains that "Democratic-heavy counties," including Centre County, violated Election Code by reviewing mail-in ballots for defects before Election Day to give voters the chance to fix their ballots or vote provisionally.
Meanwhile, the suit says Republican-heavy counties "followed the law" and did not disenfranchise in-person voters by using the same process.
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