The Honest Elections Project warned earlier in the year that some states were not prepared for mass mail-in voting. They waited too late before preparing a workable process, and with the revelation of numerous problems showing now across the nation, things are not looking good for the election.
Nearly every day, piles of voter ballots are found in dumpsters, at the side of the road, in the woods…wherever a mail carrier has dropped them. One mail carrier in New Jersey was criminally charged for it. In Louisville, KY, 112 undelivered ballots were found in a dumpster on October 16.
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“Almost everything we warned of, happened in multiple states throughout the primaries,” a new addendum to the report says. “Rather than learn from these mistakes, many states are repeating them.”
The addendum points to lawsuits filed by liberal groups to force states into changing ballot deadlines that could result in late ballots being counted, and counting others that could otherwise be invalid. One such case is awaiting a decision by the Supreme Court.
Groups are also challenging election security laws such as witness requirements and prohibitions on ballot harvesting, which the Honest Elections Project claims could result in confusion and a lack of confidence in the election results.
“Uncertainty and last-minute rules changes amplify the risk of delay and post-election litigation that could drag on for weeks, cast doubt on the election’s outcome, and possibly force states to miss the deadline to participate in the Electoral College, disenfranchising millions,” the group said.
The article states that the only way to ensure integrity of the election is to vote in person if at all possible. If you’re particualry vulnerable to COVID-19, absentee ballots are the way to go, but if not, get off your rear end and get to the polls to vote.
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