HARRISBURG — Conservative activists in Pennsylvania have inundated county elections offices with records requests in recent weeks seeking vote records from the 2020 election, potentially slowing down each county’s ability to prepare for the upcoming November election.

The activists are seeking “cast vote records,” often abbreviated as CVRs. These records show how a person voted. The cast vote records could be images of an individual’s ballot or the reports produced by ballot scanning machines to tabulate the results.

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