In my ongoing search for good writing about absentee ballot fraud, I cam across this article today. It’s from last October, and appeared originally in the Wallstreet Journal. I especially liked this quote:
Mistakes are certainly possible. In 2004, a worker at a Toledo, Ohio, election office found 300 completed absentee ballots in a storage room more than a month after the vote. At least half hadn’t been counted, and they affected the result of at least one local contest. In Washington state, absentee ballots were the main reason that two recent statewide contests, for Senate in 2000 and governor in 2004, went into overtime.
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