You Count Indiana is pleased to see some states are making corrections to their voting systems. A lack of election integrity negatively affects us all.
As mail ballots, machines mar voting in some states, others seek to tighten election security
California cannot account for 10 million ballots, while Alaska seeks to strengthen chain of custody for absentee ballots.
By Natalia Mittelstadt • Just the News • Updated January 18, 2023 • Subscribe here.
A New Jersey county realized an election was incorrectly called after a voting machine error, California rejected more than 200,000 mail ballots in 2022, and Arizona’s largest county is investigating an array of Election Day issues.
Is it any wonder that other states are seeking to tighten their election laws to avoid similar issues?
California election officials rejected 226,250 mail ballots during the 2022 primary and general elections, the first election cycle when the state did mass mail balloting, according to a report by the Public Interest Legal Foundation, an election integrity law firm. While Californians can choose to vote in person, all active registered voters will automatically receive mail ballots for elections.
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