Election Officials Don’t Know What Happened to 15 Million Mail Ballots in 2020 Election


As any casual observer could tell, the 2020 election was a mess. Now we have real data — from a federal agency, no less — that proves it. Based on data from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, an analysis by the Public Interest Legal Foundation shows almost 15 million mail ballots effectively disappeared after election officials gave them to the U.S. Postal Service to deliver to voters. Gone, like the Bermuda Triangle of the election. Some of the mail ballots may have ended up on the floors of apartment complexes. Some were sent to deceased registrants. Some went to addresses where the registrant no longer lives. Some may have gone to vacant lots and businesses. Some, having never been requested by the voter, were never returned. In 2020, we put the election in the hands of the people who regularly deliver you your neighbor’s mail. The data also shows that an additional 1.1 million ballots were sent to the wrong addresses in 2020 – the U.S. Postal Service saying they were “undeliverable.” Think on that. One million ballots went to the wrong house or apartment.

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