Al Schmidt, one of Philadelphia's GOP city commissioners, refuted President Trump's claims about voter fraud.
Far-right activity remains high in the city in which 11 were killed in a mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in 2018.
"In this country, voting is a fundamental right and that means that there has to be uniform standards throughout the state of Pennsylvania," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Thursday.
Pennsylvania's attorney general rejected claims made by President Donald Trump that people voted using the identities of the deceased.
"I got a dude in Forty Fort, PA who tried to have his dead mom vote for Trump," Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman tweeted on Tuesday.
Al Schmidt told CNN that regarding the vote count, there are "ridiculous allegations that have no basis in fact at all."
An attorney representing Trump's campaign in one of several lawsuits challenging Pennsylvania's election results said ballot counting procedures in Montgomery County did not constitute fraud.
Dean Browning, a former Republican candidate to represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. House, faced scrutiny on Tuesday after posting a tweet in which he identified as a Black gay man who insisted "everything is so much better under Trump."
Four suits have been filed challenging the election results in Pennsylvania as the president refuses to concede.
A lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign on Monday alleges that Pennsylvania "mismanaged the election process."
"Four years ago, Trump won in the 'Rust Belt states' of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania...But he lost all of them this year," the state-run Global Times outlet wrote Monday.
"They have taken a global pandemic and turned it into a nationwide electoral epidemic," McEnany said.
The president's personal lawyer also tried to frame Biden's win as a "selection" by the mainstream media.
"Personality traits and character traits of the president rubbed a lot of people the wrong way," said Senator Pat Toomey on Sunday.
Several media outlets called the state for the former vice president, putting him over the 270 electoral votes needed to become president.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump in the state that's essential to the president's re-election chances.
AG Josh Shapiro joked on Twitter that he would confiscate his son's phone for 24 hours after the teen interrupted his appearance on MSNBC Friday.
On Thursday afternoon, Trump led Biden in the state by about 114,000 votes. That has changed as ballot-counting continues.
Pennsylvania officials argue there are too few ballots that meet the criteria for being separated to make a difference in the outcome of the election.
"The election apparatus in Philadelphia is one that has been improved and is highly professionalized," one expert said.
The four states could decide the fate of the election as early as Friday as ballot counts continue.
Biden would win the election if he secures Pennsylvania, which has 20 electoral votes, bringing his total electoral votes past 270.
The former vice president is on the cusp of winning the 2020 election as key battleground states Pennsylvania and Georgia flipped in his favor today, resulting in some voters taking to the streets to celebrate.
Jake Corman told Fox News that there should have been greater transparency of vote counting.
"It's Always Democratic in Philadelphia." Biden is ahead in Pennsylvania and Twitter has of course reacted with some excellent memes and jokes.
Suspects' vehicle seen with stickers backing conspiracy theory, which the FBI lists as a domestic terror threat.
Battling for the 17th District, Conor Lamb, a Mt. Lebanon Democrat, is ahead of Sean Parnell, a candidate from Ohio Township backed by Donald Trump, by around 4,300 votes, as of Friday morning.
The CNN anchor condemned claims of vote fraud made by prominent Republicans including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
Mary L. Trump is one of a number of people, including Republicans, to have condemned president and his baseless claims on election fraud.