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More than 500,000 mail ballots
were rejected in the primaries.
That could make the difference
in battleground states this fall.

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 8/24/2020 4:34:06 AM

More than 534,000 mail ballots were rejected during primaries across 23 states this year — nearly a quarter in key battlegrounds for the fall — illustrating how missed delivery deadlines, inadvertent mistakes and uneven enforcement of the rules could disenfranchise voters and affect the outcome of the presidential election. The rates of rejection, which in some states exceeded those of other recent elections, could make a difference in the fall if the White House contest is decided by a close margin, as it was in 2016, when Donald Trump won Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin by roughly 80,000 votes.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: MMC 8/24/2020 6:34:46 AM (No. 519094)
Crawling on glass to vote in person.. in Michigan. Detroit had a mail in ballot primary.. it was so bad they still can’t figure it out... No Mail in ballot.. FRAUD ALERT!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: udanja99 8/24/2020 7:25:17 AM (No. 519120)
I stood in line, 6 feet apart, for over an hour to vote in the SC primary. Something which usually takes 5 minutes. I’ll stand in line for 12 hours if that’s what it takes to vote on 11/3.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Red Jeep 8/24/2020 7:25:30 AM (No. 519121)
We encourage all Democrats to vote by mail.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: BarryNo 8/24/2020 7:27:13 AM (No. 519124)
In the General Election: "Republican mail-in ballot? REJECTED!!!"
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Reply 5 - Posted by: BarryNo 8/24/2020 7:29:53 AM (No. 519128)
In General Election: "What do you mean only forty percent of the Democrat voters we sent ballots to returned them? Ingratitude! We'll just vote FOR them!!"
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Reply 6 - Posted by: MattMusson 8/24/2020 9:10:03 AM (No. 519228)
Leaving aside the fraud issue - over 10% of mail in ballots were disqualified in the primaries for four reasons: 1. arrived late 2. had no postmark 3. were unsigned 4. signature did not match signature on file Since Democrats are requesting mail in ballots at twice the rate of Republicans - if there is No Fraud (big if) then approximately twice the number of Democrat votes will be disqualified. If 100,000 GOP votes are disqualified - 200,000 DEM votes will be disqualified.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Are You Serious 8/24/2020 9:15:14 AM (No. 519237)
Except for active duty military stationed overseas, no on else should be allowed to vote by any means other than in person. If you cannot get to the polls, you do not vote.....period.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: FL_Absentee_Voter 8/24/2020 9:20:25 AM (No. 519243)
When this occurs during the general election be prepared to see dems from all walks of life getting lots of media attention about how their votes were "disenfranchised" by Trump and the Republicans.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: DVC 8/24/2020 9:57:20 AM (No. 519282)
My wife and I absolutely WILL vote in person in November.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 8/24/2020 10:01:41 AM (No. 519288)
Here in CA they are removing most of the voting locations which to me sounds illegal but the only outrage is mine.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Zigrid 8/24/2020 10:22:04 AM (No. 519301)
I will vote in person....I suggest all President Trump voters do...
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Reply 12 - Posted by: kdog 8/24/2020 10:38:25 AM (No. 519323)
The media is total nonsense. Here in an article about over half a million mail ballots being rejected in primary elections 4 months ago in the United States, but has to includes a swipe at President Trump stating he "has repeatedly stoked unfounded fears about voting by mail". Seriously?! WTF is wrong with these people that they cannot admit the truth EVEN when it is they themselves who are SHINING the LIGHT on IT!!!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: gone2pot 8/24/2020 10:52:00 AM (No. 519345)
MAIL IN ballots and ABSENTEE ballots are tow completely different things. The absentee proves identity then an absentee ballot is sent. Absentee ballots are sent to the military via deployment schedules known by USPS months in advance. The return address stamped by the military installation post office is further proof the military personnel are in the military and not at home. MAIL IN ballots in states that us mail in ballots, require ZERO identity proof, can be returned from anywhere in the country and the polling place must sort out any issues like throwing out ballots from out of state (but if they DON'T do that, the obviously fraudulent ballot is counted in favor of the Marxists, period). So when the Marxists make the claim that "we've been doing mail in ballots since voting began, just look at the military" is a purposeful LIE. They purposely equate ABSENTEE ballots with MAIL IN ballots; two completely different things. USPS incompetence and make believe USPS under-funding is NOT AN ISSUE.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: HotRod 8/24/2020 11:43:30 AM (No. 519405)
Yep. Voting in person for me, even if it takes hours! I'll pack a couple of sandwiches and a thermos of coffee.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: acesfull 8/24/2020 12:11:00 PM (No. 519429)
This election by mail will be like Publisher Clearinghouse sending out the ballots. Beware.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Terry_tr6 8/24/2020 12:43:31 PM (No. 519477)
since it looks like the people in line will be largely republicans, i might suggest taking along a couple of friends. Mr. Smith and his partner Mr Wesson as well as Samuel Colt are happy to keep you company
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Catfur27 8/24/2020 3:49:54 PM (No. 519656)
...Being a Republican and voting in person is a good thing.....BUT... ...the real danger in "mail voting " is that thousands of dems can vote hundreds of times... ...WHERE are the Republican politicians that should be fighting this fraud tooth and nail...if nothing else...their jobs are on the line !! ..STOP MAIL-IN VOTING
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Reply 18 - Posted by: panther361 8/24/2020 4:51:25 PM (No. 519699)
I must have smelled it in the wind. I called directly my county's registrar and had them confirm a second time I had switched from absentee to in person voting.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: GoodDeal 8/24/2020 6:33:40 PM (No. 519784)
Unrequested, no signature required, anyone can vote as many times as they can drop one in a mailbox. A dream come true for stealing every election from here on. The demos have dream of permanent control of every government in the nation. This is not how it is supposed to work.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Trigger2 8/25/2020 12:22:33 AM (No. 519952)
Comrade Cuomo forced NY State to vote by mail for school budgets. Everyone complains about high school taxes with nothing to show for it. Miraculously almost all increased school budgets passed. I'm very suspicious as to how many ballots were thrown out to get the result they wanted. I forgot to check to see if the envelopes had secret "D" or "R" embedded on them. Makes it easier to toss. Now imagine the election in Nov. Comrade Cuomo says you can show up to vote or mail one in. Guess what? I'm taking no chances and showing up to vote.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: judy 8/25/2020 5:15:42 AM (No. 520000)
WP.. election day is always the Tuesday following the first Monday in November..People have a year to prepare..quit making excuses. Trump voters will vote in person. It's not the PO.. it's the inability to count the ballots..check out the out of control primaries in NY & Pa. Dems can't handle primaries, how can they handle a national election? Biden already hired 800 lawyers????
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