According to a government accountability agency specializing in electoral integrity, about 15 million mail-in ballots went unaccounted for in the 2020 presidential election.
According to a research brief submitted by the Public Interest Legal Foundation, many U.S. states “hurriedly pushed normally in-person voters to mail votes while, at the same time, trying to learn how to even administer such a scenario” as a result of the coronavirus outbreak last year.
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“A ballot can end up in the garbage can of a hostile neighbor if it is placed in the wrong mailbox. It’s possible to toss it out with your overdue invoices. It can be left outside to be carried the final mile by the wind (like seen in Nevada in 2020). Officials in charge of elections
The findings of their investigation, according to PILF President J. Christian Adams, who previously worked as a civil rights attorney for the US Justice Department, should put an end to mail-in voting.
In a statement, Adams said, “These data show how the 2020 push to mail voting ought to be a one-year experiment.”
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According to Adams, measures like the Democrats’ “For The People Act” would “risk increasing these numbers even more, pushing our election system toward inaccuracy, disenfranchisement, and ultimately widespread cynicism about election outcomes.”
“Nationally, some of the counties with the least experience with mail voting rejected the most ballots. If the current trend continues, 2020-style pandemonium will emerge.
–According to the brief, federal data compilations suggest that there were 14.7 million ballots whose whereabouts were declared “unknown” by election officials during the 2020 election.
–There were 14.7 million “unknown” ballots in the 2020 election, as well as 1.1 million undeliverable ballots and 560,814 rejected ballots.
–PILF put these numbers in context by pointing out that while President Joe Biden won Arizona by 10,457 votes, Maricopa County, the state’s largest county, allegedly mailed ballots to 110,092 outdated or incorrect addresses.
–The pattern was roughly duplicated in Nevada, where Biden won by 33,596 votes despite 93,279 ballots “bouncing” in Clark County.
Many counties around the country had substantial amounts of “unknown” ballots, according to the survey.
–In California, Los Angeles County had 1,491,459 such ballots, with Orange County (482,940), Riverside County (454,911), San Diego County (317,614), San Bernardino County (274,937), Santa Clara County (251,840), and Sacramento County (251,840) following closely behind (241,367).
–There were 724,708 such ballots in Clark County, Nevada. There were 248,290 unknown ballots in Essex County, New Jersey, and 229,123 unknown ballots in Maricopa County.
The brief states, “The lesson is clear: greater dependence on mass mail voting must be accompanied by aggressive voter registration list upkeep.”