Pennsylvania Expects to Count Ballots for Days

The Pennsylvania state secretary says she expects 10 times as many mail-in ballots to be counted in this election than the last.

In an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press,” she says the process may drag out for days, but that counties are preparing for the surge.

The state secretary says mail-in ballots will be counted if they’re received by Nov. 6 and postmarked by Election Day.