Pennsylvania poll watcher: ‘We literally had no input and no ability to watch anything’ | Just The News

APennsylvania poll watcher says the ability of overseers to supervise ballot-counting in Pittsburgh on Election Day was hamstrung by a setup in which observers were set too far away from ballots to make any meaningful observation of the process.  David Shestokas, a Chicago-based lawyer who joined several dozen other lawyers and Allegheny County residents to poll-watch in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, told Just the News that ballot monitors “had no input and no ability to watch anything.”  Shestokas described the setup to Just the News at what he said was a massive warehouse in downtown Pittsburgh.