Here’s how to count Pennsylvania’s electoral votes.

Here’s how the election results are counting:The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s voters should have the option to choose which candidate gets their ballot on election day.

The ruling came in a case brought by the Democratic Party and the American Civil Liberties Union.

It’s the latest in a long line of rulings in which courts have been able to order the use of the voting machines.

Pennsylvania is the 16th state to use the machines, which were created in the 1990s to ensure a fair vote for all the state�s citizens.

However, the machines aren�t completely free from issues.

They are only as reliable as the states who use them.

The court ruled that Pennsylvania voters should also have the ability to change their vote choice on Election Day, if they chose not to participate.

States across the country are facing similar challenges with their voting machines, but Pennsylvania�s ruling is a victory for democracy.

It�s also a big step forward for voting rights in Pennsylvania.

This article originally appeared onThe Hindu.