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r3020
Senior Advisor

Vote by mail

Dems want the chaos so they can steal the election.

 

More than one-sixth of the mail-in ballots sent to voters in Nevada's largest county during the 2020 primary went to outdated addresses, according to a new watchdog report.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation, an election integrity group, reviewed the 1.3 million mail-in ballots Nevada's Clark County sent during the June primary. It found that more than 223,000 of the ballots were sent to outdated addresses, leading the postal service to designate them as "undeliverable." The undeliverable ballots accounted for 17 percent of all ballots mailed to registered voters. Nearly 75 percent of Nevada's total population resides in the county, which includes Las Vegas.

 

https://freebeacon.com/2020-election/nevada-sent-more-than-200k-mail-in-primary-ballots-to-wrong-add...

13 Replies
sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: Vote by mail

I have no problem with states loosening the rules regarding why you can request an absentee ballot.  In ohio you don't really need a reason.   But the key is a registered voter has to request one.   The problem is democrats want to just mail ballots out in wholesale to everyone and anyone.  So they can then just buy them back for a few bucks or maybe trade for some fentanyl.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Vote by mail

Progressives know and understand this. They need the chaos to win. If they can stretch the counting process out past 1-21-21 all the better.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: Vote by mail

Except in FLA.

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: Vote by mail

Other than that if a vote is submitted and it doesn’t match up to a registered voter it’s thrown out.

And, yes, it’s OK in Florida by Executive acclamation.......because..........

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Vote by mail

Anyone who can't go to the polls can REQUEST a ballot. There is ZERO reason to bail one that has not been requested.

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: Vote by mail

If they aren’t registered they can’t submit it and have it counted.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Vote by mail

Then why mail one to them? How do you know they don't want to vote in person on election day?

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Vote by mail

There is only one reason to send an unrequested ballot to an ineligible voter and that is to cause chaos.

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: Vote by mail


@r3020 wrote:

There is only one reason to send an unrequested ballot to an ineligible voter and that is to cause chaos.


Jhk agrees with you:

 

The New York Times and its media co-seditionists insist that massive mail-in voting will do just fine despite plenty of evidence that it’s already a demonstrable fiasco — for instance in the recent New York primary where two congressional district contests remain undecided months later due to ballot irregularities. The boards of election “had operational issues,” as Governor Cuomo put it, “and we have to learn from them” — another teachable moment in the Democratic Party’s valiant struggle to morally improve America strictly on its own terms.

Over in Nevada, the state legislature passed a mail-in vote scheme that will send ballots out to everybody and his-or-her uncle, with no ID required, and a feature that permits ballots to be filled-out by someone other than the addressed voter. Nice! A “ballot-harvesting” model for other states. In California, where anybody with a driver’s license is automatically registered to vote via the 2015 “New Motor Voter Act,” ballots will go out to 600,000 un-documented non-citizens who were granted licenses under a separate act (AB-60) the same year. Do you suppose all of them will conscientiously toss their ballots in the trash while California’s mighty Democratic Party machine importunes them to vote early-and-often?

There’s your set-up for a 2020 election that can’t possibly be resolved, and a recipe for a Hieronymus Bosch style orgy of Lawfare litigation that would deliberately seek to confound the Federal Election Commission’s best efforts to untangle the mess — just as Lawfare is doing in the mess of a case against General Flynn — and effectively end 232 years of continuous, orderly four-year election cycles. Is that what you want?