Green party drops Pennsylvania recount suit

The Green party wanted to pursue the lawsuit, but they ran out of money Photo was modified

According to the AP, they have dropped the case

The Associated Press reported Saturday evening that the Green Party is dropping its court case aimed at forcing a recount of Pennsylvania's statewide presidential vote.

The Green Party wanted to investigate whether Pennsylvania's voting machines had been hacked.

The AP also reported that the Green Party indicated that it could not raise the $1 million bond required by the court that was due on Monday. There was no real danger of overturning the Pennsylvania result.

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