With the ballot counters across Pennsylvania working overtime to count the overflow mail-in ballots for the 2020 election thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, some members of the Pittsburgh Steelers decided to help out.
Some of the Steelers players chipped in for dinner for the Allegheny County ballot counting operation. Paul Rigney of NBC News first reported that the Steelers bought dinner for the ballot counters.
Steelers Now has confirmed that a few players were behind the gesture, not the team as a whole.
Many races across Pennsylvania remain too close to call as the state deals with large-scale mail-in voting for the first time. Ballots are expected to continue to be counted until Friday.