HARRISBURG (AP) – The PA Supreme Court will take up challenges to more than 8,000 ballots in Philadelphia filed by President Donald Trump’s campaign. The high court’s five-member Democrat majority agreed to take up the case. It involves the question of whether state law requires counties to disqualify mail-in or absentee ballots where a voter did not write certain information on the outer envelope. The court’s two Republican justices dissented. A Philadelphia judge upheld the city election commission’s decision to count the votes, and the Trump campaign appealed.